Jim Mitchell has released version 2.0.6 of his Mac OSX maintenance utility Yasu for Mac OS X 10.4. Designed to be a quick first line of defense for solving Mac OS X-related issues, Yasu was originally developed with System Administrators who service large groups of workstations in mind, enabling them to perform a specific group of maintenance tasks quickly within a few clicks, rather than endlessly typing shell script commands in the Terminal application. Changes in this release: a time-out to version checking if a user isn’t online; better validation for improperly entered registration information; and other minor under-the-hood (code) tweaks. Yasu is offered as “Donationware.”