This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Diablotin is simply an excellent utility for those who "need" to manage their installed base of preference panes, startup items, fonts, contextual menu items and the like. Normal users can enable and disable items installed in their user accounts, and with an administrator account you can toggle those in the Library folder (and even the System folder if you like).
Diablotin is over two years old now, and the fact that it still works is testament to the quality of the programming. But then, if it works...why fix it. And really, I can't think of features I would need to see extra in this.
If you regularly try out new extensions (preference panes, contextual menu items, etc.) you need this. It's free. It's great. No doubt about it.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I was able to turn off all the junk I implanted into my system during the endless experimentation. Safe to use, lets you undo actions. Every Mac geek should install it, saves time on digging with Finder or Terminal.
Version: Diablotin 1.3
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. For frustrated males with unhealthy addictions to their computers, programs like this are simply irresistible. Thanks to Diablotin, I can change things around that I probably shouldn't be messing with, and create all sorts of havoc and mayhem that takes me days, weeks, or even months to resolve. Highly recommended.