Apr 27 2009
Great freeware utilities make the important features of your Mac more accessible. This week we’ll look at several applications that do just that.
Tiger Launch is a menu extra that brings up a menu of all of your applications. If you have a lot of apps, you will be scrolling a lot, but it is one-click access.
This contextual menu item allows you to view images with a right-click in the finder. It doesn’t stop there either. On the same menu you can remove or add thumbnail icons.
This Preference Pane allows you to manage which system services are available to which programs. This one is still in beta, so you’ll want to be careful…
This utility gives you a second “dock” of sorts, which shows your mounted media. MediaDock lets you easily access your media in hierarchical menus, and is full of display and position options.
I hope this week’s picks have made your Mac more accessible. If not, at least it didn’t cost you anything.
Join me next week for more great free stuff.