Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
Bare-bones $3 Mac application for quickly switching between two screen-brightness settings.
Space Gremlin 1.2 is a a swift, excellent file management tool that gives you analytical data about your hard drive and facilitates a number of simple actions. It’s easy to use, attractive to look at, informative, and best of all, it just works.
Task Till Dawn is Java-based freeware that will launch applications, open files, run shell scripts; if you can double click on it in the Finder, Task Till Dawn will open it for you on whatever schedule you set, and scheduling is what this application is all about.
Minutes is a timer application. Each timer is its own window, with the time remaining for the timer and the time it will go off.
Captur is a lightweight menu-bar applet that makes taking screenshots easy. It's a handy application for anyone seeking an simpler way to take screenshots on their Mac.
Minco is a simple utility that integrates closely with iCal and other applications to help you track your time.
KeyRemap4MacBook implies that it only remaps keys for MacBooks, but the truth is that it remaps keys for all Macs. Contained in a rough, spartan interface is a wealth of key remapping power.
ClipList is a simple and straightforward utility that can capture multiple copy or cut commands, and save them in a drop-down list that's accessible through a menu bar item.
Time Tracker, a utility developed by Aaron VonderHaar, offers a highly customizable yet easy to use solution for anyone looking to track their time spent on the computer.
If you have several .docs files you need to convert to an older Word format, Batch Docx Converter can help.
Why is your Mac--or your Mac's Internet connection--running slow? Which programs are gobbling up RAM, hogging the CPU, or sucking up all your bandwidth? MiStat can help you keep tabs on precisely what your machine is doing.
Tags allows you to associate keywords to anything and everything on your Mac.
Übermask allows users to hide files or folders from view by rendering them invisible to Finder, Spotlight and even popular add-on utilities like Quicksilver and Alfred.
If you routinely clutter your Desktop with files and would like to make them temporarily disappear, here's a fine $1 solution.
Weblock unlocks your ability to restrict access to files shared on Mac OS X's built-in Apache server. This allows you to put an authentication dialog on any directory being shared through your Web server or filter based on IP address.