MCS Utilities
MCS Utilities
1.5

1.0

MCS Utilities free download for Mac

MCS Utilities1.5

07 November 2009

A set of system utilities, batch rename files, clear caches, more.

Overview

MCS Utilities currently provides options for:
  • Batch renaming files and extensions
  • Showing/Hiding both Finder items and file extensions
  • Replacing specific text within file names
  • Cleaning the system and library cache files
  • Running the built-in Network Diagnostic from Apple
  • Force emptying the trash when Finder won't allow it

What's new in MCS Utilities

Version 1.5:
  • Change File Extensions (Individual files)
  • Batch Convert Video
  • Create Encrypted .zip Archive
  • Take Screenshot
  • Timed Screenshot...
  • Resize Photos
  • Rename Files Sequentially
  • 64-bit support for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
  • Removed Support for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger

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How would you rate MCS Utilities app?

3 Reviews of MCS Utilities

1
Eric•Woehler
30 July 2009
Version: 1.1

Most helpful

Tried it for the sake of hiding extensions - hate them, too much like Windoze for me, and am sick of opening a folder, selecting all then collectively hiding all extensions. Tried this on individual folders, nested folders and even my home directory. Nothing worked. All files still showing extensions. Restart and try again - same. Other features might work, but hiding extensions doesn't appear to. Running 10.5.7 on unibody with 4Gb RAM, all system software up to date.
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jessica@jessicawilliams-com
31 July 2009
Version: 1.1
Restart after unchecking.
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jessica@jessicawilliams-com
31 July 2009
Version: 1.1
Okay, okay. Under finder, hit, preferences, go to advanced pane, uncheck "show all file extensions". Happy?
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Eric•Woehler
30 July 2009
Version: 1.1
Tried it for the sake of hiding extensions - hate them, too much like Windoze for me, and am sick of opening a folder, selecting all then collectively hiding all extensions. Tried this on individual folders, nested folders and even my home directory. Nothing worked. All files still showing extensions. Restart and try again - same. Other features might work, but hiding extensions doesn't appear to. Running 10.5.7 on unibody with 4Gb RAM, all system software up to date.
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