TaskMenuBar 2.4.2 reviewDownload
TaskMenuBar is a control panel that uses the empty space on the menu bar for many operations such as launching and switching applications, and opening files.
TaskMenuBar is a control panel that uses the empty space on the menu bar for many operations such as launching and switching applications, and opening files.Because it only uses the menu bar, unlike other utilities, it will never obscure or be obscured by other windows.
Here are some key features of "TaskMenuBar":
Switch, hide or launch applications by mouse clicks on the menu bar.
Open files by drag and dropping them onto an application icon.
Quit an application or all other applications.
Open files and folders with mouse clicks or via hierarchical menus.
Move or copy files to a folder or volume.
Use control strip modules.
Print files. Select the default printer.
Open files and folders via hierarchical menus.
Eject removable volumes.
Show the clipboard or the About This Computer window.
Move files or folders to the trash and Empty the trash.
14 days trial.
Properly handles packaged applications, such as iView MediaPro.
IMPORTANT: If you have added application packages (some of Carbonized applications) using versions prior to 2.4.1, please remove them and re-add to TaskMenuBar.
Sorts menu items on non-Apple volumes, such as DOS floppies and network volumes.
Compatible with Control Strip Modules that change the font and the fore color.
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