July 10, 2009 in Utility (F)
[prMac.com] Lexington Park, Maryland - HAMSoft Engineering today released version 3.1 of Simple WindowSets. Version 3 was completely rewritten from scratch to provide greater stability and to add powerful new features that weren't possible before. Version 3.1 makes it easier to customize the menu images and adds several bug fixes. Simple WindowSets is used for managing Finder windows. The program runs from your menu-bar so it's easily accessible and always there when you need it.
To use Simple WindowSets just open some Finder windows and then create a set for those windows. Once you have a set you can restore those windows any time you need them by selecting the set from the menu. There a many other things you can do to keep your window sets organized exactly how you want. Customize the menu with your own images. This allows you to structure the menu any way you like and also provides the ability to have categories of window sets.
* Completely rewritten code from scratch! The new code is more reliable, faster, and allows for greater features in the future
* Global keyboard shortcuts were added so you can restore your sets easily from within any application
* Drag/Drop to Manager window to customize the menu appearance
* Totally redesigned Manager window to fit new capabilities
* Many new preferences added so you have more control
* Importing your window sets from prior versions is automatic
* Many other advances
Pricing and Availability:
Simple WindowSets is $12.95 (USD). There is a 14 day trial period so you can try it before you buy it. Simple WindowSets works on Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. Visit HAMSoft Engineering for more details.
HAMSoft Engineering is a small group of engineers who decided to combine our love of great technology with our admiration for Macintosh computers. We were drawn to the technology Apple Inc. has included in the latest versions of the Mac OSX operating system. Our goal is to engineer that technology into useful and fun products for Mac users. We've been in business almost 2 years now. Copyright 2009 HAMSoft Engineering. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Finder are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.