I’ve been searching for an OS X utility to create program menus (similar to the Windows Start menu) so I could remove several Dock icons that I use infrequently. Granted, I could have simply removed them from the Dock and dug through the hard drive whenever I needed them, but I wanted something more elegant. This weekend I discovered Butler.

Butler is another OS X multi-use tool. I started using it to build a custom menu last night and so far it has worked great. I disabled the option to automatically search the Applications folder; I only wanted certain programs listed.

If you’re looking for a program to supplement the OS X Dock, then I highly recommend giving Butler a try.


Apple, Free, OS X, Software

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