Miss That Classic Apple Menu Feeling In Mac OS X? You Can Bring It Back

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Sig Software has announced a new release of Classic Menu, the utility that gives you the Classic Apple Menu in Mac OS X. The new version, 2.5, brings the app up to speed with Mac OS X 10.0.4. According to Sig Software:

After a long break, Sig Software is proud to announce the return of Classic Menu, rewritten for the release version of OS X 10.x.

Winner of a MacFixit Toolbox Award in 2000, Classic Menu brings the classic Mac OS apple menu back to Mac OS X, replacing the systemis built-in apple menu (but keeping it within easy reach).

Like the traditional OS 9 apple menu, it displays the icons and names of files and folders in the Classic Menu Items folder and allows up to 5 levels of hierarchical menus for folder contents.

You can get more information on Classic Menu at the appis Web site. Classic Menu is priced at US$10, and the company is offering a bundled deal with Drop Drawers for US$20 (US$5 off the package).

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