Customize your Mac to your liking with a $50 MacPilot lifetime license

Customize your Mac to your liking with a $40 MacPilot lifetime license


Personalize your Mac with a MacPilot lifetime license.
Optimize and supercharge your Mac with MacPilot.
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While the upcoming macOS Ventura promises to offer a wide range of tweaks and tools to improve your Mac, things can always be better. MacPilot shows you how to tap into macOS’s Unix underpinnings to deliver under-the-hood tweaks and customizations that will make your Mac life simpler.

For a limited time, you can get lifetime access to MacPilot for $39.99 (regularly $99).

Customize your Mac, front to back

The MacPilot tools are built on the Unix that underlies every modern version of macOS. Apple introduced the Unix-based Mac operating system at the turn of the millennium. And down at the kernel, macOS remains a Unix system. That said, Apple made numerous changes over the years — not least because not everyone wants to monkey around with a command line.

That’s where MacPilot comes in.

Building off of Unix, MacPilot offers more than 1,200 options for you to optimize your Mac precisely to your liking. In addition, it takes what could be intimidating about Unix and presents it in the Mac interface, so you won’t need to tap commands into Terminal.

MacPilot lets you operate your Mac more like a Unix machine. You can run common Unix scripts or reveal hidden files, for example. The options range from cosmetic changes like turning off animations and changing how your dock is organized to serving up access to your Mac’s statistics to ensure it’s running at top efficiency.

It’s so helpful that MacPilot earned 4 out of 5 on MacUpdate. And Tech Journey called it a “Swiss Army knife” for day-to-day Mac maintenance and customization.

Save on a MacPilot Lifetime License

Everyone is different, and we all use our Macs for different things. This lifetime MacPilot license lets you easily configure your Mac your way for $39.99 (regularly $99).

Prices subject to change.


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