Mac OS X users who would prefer one handy window to manage their Mac OS X and Classic system folders should take a look at X Overload. Version 2.0.1 was released on Sunday.
This application addresses each system folder separately. On the Mac OS X side, users can enable or disable, view information about, reveal in the Finder, or delete their contextual menu items, fonts, preferences, services, and screensavers. On the Classic side, they can do the same for their Apple Menu Items, contextual menu items, control panels, control strip modules, extensions, fonts, start-up items, and Internet plug-ins.
In addition, X Overload can delete unnecessary localization language files to free hard disk space.
X Overload is shareware and costs $20 for the first year and $10 per year after that, with free updates included. It runs in Mac OS X 10.0 and up, including 10.3.x, but not in Mac OS 9.