Kuwan.net has released a new beta version of Defaults Manager 1.0, bringing it to version b2. Defaults Manager is a utility designed for editing user preference databases. The latest beta release features preference backup and restore and other enhancements. According to Kuwan.net:
Today Kuwan.net is pleased to announce Defaults Manager Beta 2.
Defaults Manager is the premier editor for the User Defaults (Preferences) database on Mac OS X. It allows you to easily view, edit, delete, and backup preferences that are stored in the User Defaults database. Defaults Manager is the fastest and easiest way to manage your preferences on Mac OS X.
Defaults Manager Beta 2 brings the ability to backup and restore user defaults (preferences) along with a number of other updates. Additionally, users may now freely evaluate Defaults Manager with no limitations during the beta period.
You can find more information about the latest Defaults Manager release at the Kuwan.net Web site. Defaults Manager 1.0 b2 is available for US$10.00 until June 29th.