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Find hidden options in Mac OS X

Find hidden options in Mac OS X

Apple's OS X operating system is great for new users. That's because it generally works right out of the box. There aren't many settings that people need to tweak.

However, some people still like to customize their experience. OS X does have plenty of customization options available, but the problem is that they are well-hidden to make sure that nothing unnecessary gets deleted or changed.

TinkerTool makes it easy to find and change those settings. You can turn the settings on or off with a click and everything is conveniently labeled.

You can modify settings for the Finder, Dock, Safari, iTunes, and other settings that might be hidden in the OS X's back-end. TinkerTool also includes controls for appearances and general preferences.

You won't want to enable any settings that deal with "debug" mode and be sure not to change any font settings unless you're unhappy with the text on your computer. If you do change something you didn't mean to, though, all you have to do is click the "reset" button to change the settings back to what they were originally.

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