MenuStrip, the multi-purpose utility for Mac OS X from the shareware developers at
MacPoweruser, has been updated to version 2.5.
MenuStrip allows quick access to frequently used settings, such as the computer volume and monitor controls, right from the OS X menubar. It also features a menubar clock for easy viewing of the current time. It’s extensible through its plug-in architecture allowing for future development of useful utilities that can be quickly accessible and always available to the user in MenuStrip’s floating window or in the menu bar, according to the developer.
Version 2.5 is now a System Preference Pane, which means you can launch and quit MenuStrip through the preferences pane interface. The plug-in management and architecture has also been updated. And MenuStrip 2.5 offers lower CPU usage and better integration with other operating system utilities.
MenuStrip 2.5 is now available for
download. It’s a 292KB file; registration is US$12.