OS X Lion indeed comes with a variety of features but there are couple of things that people dislike about the latest OS X release. One can always Disable or Enable most of the annoying features and components using Terminal but that isn’t the most easiest way for everyone. Here is a new handy tool to simply customize your Lion experience.
Lion Tweaks is a small and free tool that allows users to customize and correct certain new features in Mac OS X 10.7. One can easily enable some good old options, disable several new unwanted features, and change the way Lion looks in just a single click.
List of changes that can be customized with Lion Tweaks:
- Enable/Disable the user Library folder.
- Change to a 2D or 3D dock.
- Enable/Disable system window animation.
- Enable/Disable mail reply animation.
- Remove/Add Reading List Icon in Safari.
- Enable/Disable Spelling Correction.
- Enable/Disable repeating keys.
- Enable/Disable permanent scrollbars.
- Show Hidden Files.
- Disable Crash Dialog Pop-Up.
- Get a new Stack List View.
- Highlight Stack items on mouseover.
- Change iCal leather interface to aluminium
- Change Address Book leather interface to aluminium
- NEW: Disable resume for a single app
- NEW: Enable the hidden FTP-server
- NEW: Customize Launchpad folder background
Note: After downloading, move Lion Tweaks to Applications prior to using it.
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