Teng Chou Ming and Peter Hardman have released a new version of Extension Overload. The new version, 5.7.1, is ready for download from the Extension Overload Web site.
Extension Overload is a utility to help users activate and deactivate extensions, control panels and other system extras. Unlike Apple’s built-in Extension Manager, Extension Overload contains detailed information about more than 4300 system add-ons, and also provides other helpful hints and tidbits for effective system management.
The new version includes added descriptions of extensions, control panels, control strip modules, and contextual menu items. Other improvements include:
Better support for non English Mac OS.
Improved memory management of code for tight memory situations.
Fixed a bug that could cause crashes on systems earlier than Mac OS 8.5 if Navigation Services were not installed.
Extension Overload is distributed as shareware and carries a US$20 registration fee. Site licenses are also available. System requirements call for a 68020-based Mac or better, System 7 or higher, and 2MB available RAM.
Download Extension Overload 5.7.1