November 20, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] The newest version of Mac Pilot (2.4.5), from Koingo Software, not only sports full Leopard compatibility but over 67 new features since Leopard's release just under a month ago. Some new features include the ability to turn off menubar translucency, disable alternating row colors in the Finder, show Recent items in the Dock as a Stack, disable the 3D Dock appearance, and show the UNIX Path in window titles.
Mac Pilot has always come with a broad range of other features which include the ability to optimize the computer's network for broadband, disable menu items in the Finder, view and erase logs, clear caches, edit advanced file sharing settings, customize the login window, change default system fonts, erase unused language files, schedule power events, manage Spotlight, and tweak hundreds of hidden interface options.
Mac Pilot has over 350 features to enhance Mac OS X, and is ideal for novice and pro users alike. Features come with complete onscreen documentation and are conveyed by familiar controls like checkboxes, lists, and buttons. Say goodbye to the command line!
Compatible with both Tiger (10.4) and Leopard (10.5), Mac Pilot can be tried without limitations for 15 days. Afterward, a shareware $19.95 license unlocks the full version.
Located in Kamloops, British Columbia, Koingo Software has been providing digital solutions for businesses and individuals since 1994.