Stone Design ships PreferenceCommander
Simple Preference Management – View, edit, update, restore, & save sets of
preferences for any application!
May 30, 2005 – Albuquerque, New Mexico — Stone Design, the original Mac OS
X software house with over 19 years of experience, today announced
immediate availability of PreferenceCommander, a powerful yet simple to use
Preference Manager: View, edit, update, restore, & save sets of preferences
for any Mac OS X application.
Preferences are user-specific settings that give Mac OS X applications so
much flexibility. According to Stone Design CEO and chief software
architect Andrew Stone, “PreferenceCommander is a very useful utility which
can add functionality to every Mac OS X application. Just click a button to
restore an application to it’s original preferences – or save and install
custom sets of preferences for the task at hand.”
Inexpensive and Shipping Now!
Stone continues, “You don’t need to be a UNIX Geek to manipulate your
preferences anymore. Download and try PreferenceCommander at full strength
for 14 days free, and you’ll see how useful this app can be. At only $19,
with Free Upgrades For Life, it’s a must-have piece of software!” For more
information, visit stone.com/PreferenceCommander/
About Stone Design
Stone Design Corp, founded in 1984 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was the
first developer to ship a product for NeXT hardware in 1989. With a mission
to develop low cost, 100% Macintosh OS X native applications that are a joy
to use, Stone Design has shipped over a dozen design and productivity
applications for Macintosh OS X including Stone Studio, Create, PhotoToWeb,
PStill, TimeEqualsMoney, SliceAndDice, and StampInStone.