Conflict Catcher 8 v8.0.8 Adds OS 9.1, OS X PB Support

Casady & Greene have updated their super utility, Conflict Catcher 8, to version v8.0.8. Conflict Catcher allows users precise control over extensions, and how they load. The program also allows users to trouble shoot potential extension conflicts, hence the clever title. The new version adds support for OS 9.1, and improved support for OS X Public Beta. According to Casady & Greene:

Casady & Greene is pleased to announce the release of Conflict Catcher 8 v8.0.8, a free update to their award-winning utility. This new version is updated with Mac OS 9.1, sets, links, and Clean-Install System Merge information and offers additional support for Mac OS X Beta under the Classic Layer with Mac OS 9.1.

Conflict Catcher is the highest-rated system utility on the Macintosh winning two Macworld Eddy Awards and two Macworld Finalist awards during the last 6 years. Since its introduction in 1992, Conflict Catcheris timely and reliable upgrades have been warmly received by the Mac community. As a result of these upgrades, it is even easier to manage startup files and plug-ins, obtain information about each fileis purpose and manufacturer, and easily merge an old system folder into a clean system folder. This saves many hours and even days of laborious manual changes, minimizing incidents of human error.

List of New features:

  • Added Mac OS 9.1 All and Base sets
  • Updated the Clean-Install System Merge for Mac OS 9.1
  • Updated Reference Library with descriptions for over 5,100 files (including descriptions for Sherlock Internet search sites), Plug-ins, control panels, and extensions.
  • Updated all group links
  • Added the ability to define a Mac OS X (Classic layer) default set

Conflict Catcher is available via electronic download for US$69.95, or on CD for US$79.95. You can find more information at the Casady & Greene Web site.

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