As I mentioned in my Mac Gems blog earlier this week, whenever Apple releases a major OS X update, it isn’t long before software tweaks start emerging that allow Mac users to alter the OS to their liking.

That’s begun with Leopard, so in this Macworld Video, I take you on a tour of a few of the assorted enhancement utilities that have started to emerge in the wake of OS X 10.5’s October 26 release.

Download Macworld Video #22

• Format: MPEG-4/H.264
• Resolution: 640 x 480 (Apple TV, iPhone & iPod compatible)
• Size: 29.5 MB
• Length: 5 minutes, 35 seconds

Show Notes

Utilities profiled in this video include:

I also mention a couple of homemade utilities that my colleague Rob Griffiths and I have whipped up: Toggle Leopard Dock and Toggle List View Stripes.

You can stay on top of additional enhancement utility releases by visiting the Mac Gems blog and perusing the complete catalog of low-cost software reviews.

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