Widget Manager

Written by: Adam Christianson

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Widget ManagerChristopher sent in this info about a new System Preference pane to help you manage your Widgets.

Adam-I just wanted to drop you a line and tell you how much I love your show and tell you about a little app called Widget Manager. This application installs into your system preferences pane and allows you to ‘manage’ your widgets meaning that you can remove, disable, or enable all of your widgets. The app is free and here is the link to the download site. Hope this is helpful and keep up the great work

[ Widget Manager from Downtown Software ]

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  1. Conrad | May 10 2005 - 05:10

    Thanks for bring our attention to this WidgetManager – it’s exactly what Apple should have included with Tiger – simple and well integrated. I love it! It’s already allowed me to delete Flores 1.0 and leave my 1.3 in place – something that seemed overly problematic before.

  2. Kerry | May 10 2005 - 06:59

    I saw WidgetManager mentioned somewhere else today. It appears to be a very good utility for those who are not familiar with the underpinnings of the OS X operating system.

  3. JP | May 11 2005 - 11:35

    Fantastic. Seriously, Conrad… how did Apple not include something like this w/ Tiger? GREAT post!

  4. jenny | May 13 2005 - 08:32

    i listened to this podcast today and i loved the opening tune… can you tell me what it’s called?? thanks!!!

    PS. can you please email me the reply?