Gideon Softworks has released version 1.0 of
Snard, a Mac OS X launcher that’s been in beta testing for quite some time.
Snard can be used as a system menu or from the Dock. It can also be used to open applications as the administrator, help organize your work cycle through the use of Snard worksets, and give you quick access to all your system preferences, according to
MacTech magazine . The final version also lets you configure what application is opened when “Find…” is selected. It reduces Dock clutter by replacing numerous application and document icons in the Dock with a single “docklet,” David Clark of Gideon Softworks said.
Snard is a Mac OS X only application. The registration fee is US$10.