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DEVONtechnologies Updates Apps with Intel Mac Support

DEVONtechnologies Updates Apps with Intel Mac Support

by , 11:10 AM EDT, May 11th, 2006

DEVONtechnologies announced the immediate availability of Universal Binary versions of PhotoStickies 5.5, EasyFind 3.9, ThumbsUp 4.3, and XMenu 1.8 on Thursday. In addition to native support for PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, PhotoStickies 5.5 lets you suppress icon notifications in the Dock, offers an unlimited Webcam history size, honors system-wide proxy settings, names recorded folders more accurately, and more. EasyFind 3.9 improves searching file and folder names with special characters, can look for invisible folders, wildcard searching is faster, and more.

All of the application updates are free to current users, and are available for download at the DEVONtechnologies Web site. PhotoStickies 5.5 is priced at US$12. EasyFind 3.9, ThumbsUp 4.3, and XMenu 1.8 are free.

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