Hide for OS X: Clean Mac Desktop Clutter With a Mouse Click

May 26, 2016 in Utility (F)

[prMac.com] Madrid, Spain - AprendeXojo is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Hide, their free utility application for OS X, which is the perfect tool for anyone who wants to temporarily hide all the clutter of the OS X Desktop.

This faceless app (without GUI) installs a menu in the Finder Menu Bar where users can choose between hide or reveal all the files, folders and or volumes whose icons are visible on the Desktop, with just a mouse click.

This feature is specially useful for the following scenarios (among others):
* Screencast recording
* Presentations
* Screen sharing
* Face to Face tutorials or guidance

Hide remembers all the hidden files between runs, so users can reveal them at the next app execution without losing track of the processed files! In addition, the app doesn't modify or move the processed files from their original location on the user volume (hard disk, SSD), and doesn't process the original files in the case of the Alias, either.

As a facelless app, Hide for OS X is simple to use, unobtrusive, fast in execution and free. Hide for OS X is a perfect tool for any Mac user. Hide for OS X is an Apple ID signed app, so it comes from a known OS X Developer and conforms with the Gatekeeper security rules and filters under OS X.

Pricing and Availability:
Hide is free, and is available for download through the AprendeXojo website.

AprendeXojo provides native software for OS X, iOS, Windows and the Web developed with Xojo, Objective-C, C and other languages and technologies. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 AprendeXojo. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.


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