Lukreme McClough
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Kremels commented on 18 Sep 2010
The trouble with TechTool Pro in my experience is that the control panel is completely unusable and a massive resource hog. It took me over a minute of clicking through the rainbow cursoring to lower the warning threshold on my 2TB drives from 15% (absurd level) to 3%. Similar delays trying to lower the trash history interval. Finally I just gave up and removed the control panel completely.

Until their Control Panel is usable, the application of pretty much unusable.
[Version 5.0.7]


kremels reviewed on 26 Nov 2008
Indispensable Mac application, and now equally indispensable (and free!) iPhone/iTouch application. I can't use my Mac without it.
[Version 2.9.5b2]


kremels reviewed on 19 Aug 2008
This minimal app has been around for quite a while, but it still works flawlessly under Leopard. It does exactly what it needs to do, no more no less.
[Version 1.0.14]


kremels reviewed on 14 Aug 2007
This control panel simply does exaxtly what it says, and no more or no less. The simplest solution for anyone who needs identd functionality.
[Version 2.5.1]


kremels reviewed on 08 Aug 2007
The 1.1 update finally fixes the one annoying 'bug' with version 1.0, the immovable palette. Now you can place it anywhere at the top of the screen (any edge in upcoming versions perhaps), which means it no longer interferes with the window buttons for windows pinned to the upper left of the screen.

This is a very useful little app, highly recommended.
[Version 1.1]


kremels reviewed on 19 Dec 2006
This software will always fail on a new install of OS X because it assumes, quite wrongly, that the directory /usr/local/lib/ exists, and if it doesn't, when it tries to copy all it's files there, it ends up copying each file to (and over) the FILE /usr/local/lib

To fix this, open the terminal and

sudo rm /usr/local/lib
sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/lib/

Once you do this, and reinstall, then RTCS becomes at least usable, if not graceful.

It pops up a confirmation dialog after sending the email to your phone, which is somewhat obnoxious, but it does seem to do what it is supposed to do from there, sorta. I can't get it to talk to iTunes, but I can manually browse the library to find the songs I want.
[Version 1.0.3]

kremels commented on 06 Nov 2006
Control Tower is a surprisingly useful little utility for anyone who practices the fine art of CLI-fu. It allows you quick and constant access to a variety of terminals, all preset with your color choices and even some ability to execute initial commands. I use it daily.
[Version 1.0]

kremels commented on 13 Jan 2006
The beta of MailPictures does not work with (it is disabled on launch and moved to ~/Library/Mail/Bundles (Disabled)/
[Version 3.0b2]

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