Apple Menu On OS X? You Betcha'

Sig Software has updated their OS X interface tweak, Classic Menu, to version 2.1. Classic Menu gives OS X the "traditional" Apple Menu on the left hand side of the menu bar, and the process list on the right hand side. Classic Menu functions like OS 9is Apple Menu, giving users easy access to apps, folders, files, and more. According to Sig Software:

Sig Software is proud to announce the release of Classic Menu 2.1 for Mac OS X, now optimized for the Public Beta version of the OS.

Classic Menu brings the Mac OS menubar back to Mac OS X. It provides both an Apple menu on the left of the menu bar and a Process menu on the right. These menus are available within all native programs while the Classic Menu application is running.

Version 2.1 stops menus displaying when a Classic application is in the foreground, improves the disappearing menu shadow problem and detects screen resolution changes.

Classic Menu is available for US$10. You can find more information at the Classic Menu web site.