Computer-Support.ch has updated Xupport to version 1.2.8. Xupport is a front-end to many hidden options in Mac OS X. The new version offers some bug fixes and a new feature that allows you to delete files and folders with administrator privileges. From Cumputer-Support.ch:
Xupport provides a clean GUI (Graphical User Interface) to configure many Mac OS X options that are either not readily accessible or hard to configure manually, and more. It includes several Unix command to optimize and secure your Mac, and activates features that are disabled by default.
Changes in Xupport 1.2.8
- NEW: Delete files and folders with administrator privileges
- Some revisions in "bootable backup" section
- Some small bug-fixes in the Unix manual browser
- Access hidden system and finder settings
- Browse and read "Man" entries
- Browse and get Finder info for hidden files and folders
- Delete files and folders with administrator privileges
- Enable/Disable "File System Journaling"
- Create bootable backups
- Change SWAP file location
- Optimize system performance
- Change PORTS of Personal File Sharing, Web Sharing and ssh
- Launch servers on specified port (inclusive firewall allow rules)
- Firewall (based on ipfw)
- Turn on/off Guest Access of Apple File Server
- Optimize Network settings for Broadband connection
- Empty Trash regardless of the fileis permissions
- Rebuild the Desktop (rebuild LS files)
- Clear log, scratch and junk files
- Access Mac OS X standard utilities quickly
- Shortcuts collection
- Error codes collection
- Get many useful informations to configure Mac OSX
- an more ...
Xupport 1.2.8 is available now for US$20. You can download a demo version of the software from Computer-Support.chis Web site.