The X Overload Development Team has released an update for X Overload, bringing it to version 2.1.1. X Overload is an extension management app designed for Classic system folder management within OS X. The release updates the files database and fixes some bug issues. According to the X Overload Development Team:
Announcing the release of X Overload v2.1.1.
X Overload is an application that allows you to manage items in Classic system folder and library folders in Mac OS X. X Overload allows you to manage Apple Menu Items, Contextual Menu Items, Control Panels, Control Strips Modules, Extensions, Fonts, Startup Items, Internet Plug-ins located inside Classic system folder. You can also search or browser the database for error code.
Manage items in Mac OS X. Allows you to manage Contextual Menu Items, Fonts, Preference files, Preference Panes, Services, Screen Savers located in the library folders in Mac OS X.
Manage items in Classic System folder. Allows you to manage Apple Menu Items, Contextual Menu Items, Control Panels, Control Strips Modules, Extensions, Fonts, Startup Items, Internet Plug-ins located inside Classic system folder. You can also search or browse the database for error codes.
Delete unnecessary localization language files. Delete localization language files that you do not need to save hard disk space. You can easily save 100 to 200MB in disk space.
Version 2.1.1 Changes:
- Fixed problem with items in the System and Local domains not being deleted, enabled/disabled properly, because it was not asking for the user authentication
- Updated files database
You can find more information about the latest X Overload update at the X Overload Web site. X Overload update is free for registered users, while the full version is available shareware for US$20.00