Defaults Manager helps you manage OS X Prefs

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Picked by Techconnect's Editors has announced a new product called Defaults Manager, which lets you edit the User Defaults (Preferences) database on Mac OS X.

With the application, you can view, edit, and delete preferences stored in the User Defaults database. Defaults Manager can be used to view and change the preferences in most applications. Developers can use it to ensure that their preferences are being stored and changed correctly, while end users can use it to unlock features that previously required the use of Terminal.

With Defaults Manager, you can: search for any property; add and delete domains; add and delete properties; and edit property values and property names. Registration will be US$35 for the finished product, which is due soon. However, you can download the current beta version and buy Defaults Manager for $25.

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