I love my Mac. I have had for a long time now a couple or so years. I am very happy that Imvu has it compatible with Mac and are always updating it and trying to make it better for Mac users. I am glad we get to hear music now. I know there is still a lot more though to work on like the posters you stand on then it usually links you to another persons shop. I know it is not easy to have to work with all types of computers Imvu. You are doing a great job though.
@VladAlways, I use a Mac as I have stated above. You need to always clear out your cache and cookies not only in IMVU but your browser windows as well. Yes, Macs are having a hard time keeping up with the IMVU program and it does slow your computer down unless you keep everything clean. In Mac you can always make sure to delete your trash that will always help. Mac can get bugs or virus's as well so please be aware of your computer programs at all times. All though it is harder to hack into a mac.. it is possible. Also if you have APPS on your Mac you do not use delete those.
Those Applications take up a lot of room and depending how much they "weigh" It can slow your computer down as well. Macs are great but they certainly can not hold way to much and have issues with bigger programs like Imvu still. Also make sure your MAC is up to date with all the software it needs to be updating with. That can help as well. If you still have issues please let us know.
Also in order to find a Mac Cache folder you need to first (best if you put everything aside or out of the way) click on the background anywhere so it says Finder > File > Edit > View > Go > Window you want to click on GO then go to Find a folder you want to then type in ~/Library/Caches ("do not forget the madaline sign ~ in front of the first slash") that will take you to your cache folder then you want to "edit select all" "Action and trash them" or just drag them to the trash. I would do this about once a week to every couple of weeks.
There is also a second folder with caches in the Mac (whew man such hard work) You go to your main drive folder which usually is on the left on your finder then you go to Library > Caches then do a select all and drag them to the trash. Now in your trash if you press command over your trash "Secure empty trash" will pop up and that will make sure everything is trashed and no bugs will follow you back onto your mac or any little thing or you can just empty it because sometimes when you use "secure trash" it will not let you delete it. Do not freak out that is normal.. just when you shut your machine down and reopen it go to your trash and delete everything in secure trash right away before opening any applications.
Wait a minute.. you can't find your Hard drive folder? Its not there on the finder? Don't freak out. Its only hidden. You have to go to your main screen again and click your background. Go to Finder > Preferences (on the top bar) and make sure Hard Drive is checked then it will go straight to your desk top then from there you can double click on your hard drive go to Library > Caches. You repeat the steps with select all and toss those caches into the trash. Swoosh!
I really hope this posts helps you. Yeah there is a lot of cache places on Mac.
(If a moderator comes by and sees this post.. is it okay if I add on some pictures to help in detail with what I posted above?)
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