“ The Launchpad of the Finder ”
|ClawMenu finds its place between the Finder and Launchpad, offering a whole new way to access to your files. Usable via your menubar or with a simple short cut, it gives you the possibility to navigate through your folders without the need to use the Finder. All of your documents at your fingertips!|
The navigation in icon mode (double click) or columns mode (simple click) gives you the access you need to your files. But there's more than that : With the "draft" zone (represented by the black lower space), you can also add some of your favorite stuffs to your Menu with just a simple Drag-N'-Drop!
“ The clipboard has now a memory ”
|xClipboard is a whole new way to use your clipboard. Discreet, working in background, it keeps everything element you copied in the past in mind. A simple click on its icon localized in the menu bar lets you find anything you copied from any application along with making them ready to be used in any application. (Note : The app must support the copy action).|
The elements can be organized by type (images, texts, … ) or by application to let you find the thing you miss more easily.
“ The little OneClick Calendar ”
|popCalendar is a tiny calendar that fits in your menu bar giving you a faster access to your timetable. A presentation per month lets you find the day or the date you need while a click on a day lets you see all of the events of it. All of that without having to launch iCal!|
“ The creation of RamDisks simplified ”
|iRamDisk uses a part of your RAM to create a new volume shown as an ordinary drive that can be mounted and used independently in your Finder. Since the access time to these datas is way more faster than usual (it can reach over 10 times of the normal speed for some configuration), it lets you do some things you would not be able to realize with a classic hard drive (along with relieving your internal one) such as getting a writing speed amazingly fast or moving the temporary files of some apps (Safari, Xcode,...) over it when you want to optimize their own access time along with minimizing the impact of these files on your SSD.|
However, do not forget that your computer does not have as much of RAM as your disk space and that you will lose the data placed on the new volume when you restart it. So, be careful when using it!