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Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Aug 7, 2013

With a basic, but well thought out interface, Revealer for Mac offers a useful tool for those who need to view hidden files on their system. With just one press of a button, this application will be easy enough for anyone to use.

After a quick download, Revealer for Mac starts up into a small window. A large eye graphic sits in the middle of the window, with a single slider below with just two positions. The default is in the hidden position. Clicking it restarts the Mac Finder and displays all of the hidden files. This function is described well in text just below the slider. Clicking the slider a second time opens the Finder window again, but this time with the hidden files removed. A help window can also assist users who need instructions.

Users who need to reveal hidden files should look into downloading Revealer for Mac. This application is easy to operate and works well.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.0 (2)

General

Date Added June 24, 2012
Version 1.0 (2)

Operating Systems

Additional Requirements None

Popularity

Total Downloads 6,982
Downloads Last Week 2
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Developer's Description

Revealer is a Mac OS X application that allows you to toggle the state of files that are normally hidden by the system. This is useful for web designers and those that want to access the Library folder that is now hidden on Mac OS X Lion.