Freeverse Software has announced Xpression, a new utility for Mac OS X. Xpression enables users to personalize their operating system with custom icons and desktop images, shaving more than 150 steps from the process of giving the Mac a complete face-lift, according to its developer.
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With Xpression!, you select a theme and apply it, then log out. When you log back in, you’ll see new desktop imagery and icons. The software sports a drag-and-drop theme architecture. You can create partial or create themes, and share them with other Xpression! users. Conceptualized by Jason Whong, Xpression was programmed by Contraband Entertainment’s Chris Jacobson.
“Mac users are legendary for personalizing their computers, because to them, computers are more than mere tools, they’re a statement of identity,” said Whong.
Xpression! LE v1.0 is on display at Freeverse’s booth at Macworld Conference & Expo this week — look for theme at booth 1809. The Trialware Edition will be released for download in the coming weeks, and a full retail version is expected soon — once Mac OS X 10.2 is released.