Free Update of Award-Winning You Control Utilities Collection
PORTLAND, ORE. — September 18, 2006 – You Software has announced the
immediate availability of the Universal Binary version of You Control
which will run natively on Intel Macs as well as Power-PC based Macs
running Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger).
You Control is a collection of powerful, yet flexible menu utilities
that allow you to create custom menus that extend the functionality
and usability of your Macintosh. You can place your user-created
menus in a variety of locations, including the Menu Bar, any corner
of your monitor screen, or you can pop your custom menus up anywhere
on the screen using key commands you specify.
You Control is loaded with time saving tools that make working with
OS X better, faster and easier. In addition to taking control of
iTunes, you can create custom menus that allow you easy and instant
access to your Address Book Contacts, iCal events, news, stocks,
weather and any file or folder on your Mac.
The latest release also includes a number of user-requested
improvements. We recommend that all You Control users running Mac OS
X 10.4 and higher update to this version.
Pricing and Availability
You Control 1.4 is currently available for download and purchase from
the company’s website. This is a free update for all current
registered users. New users may purchase the software for $29.95
directly from the You Software website.
New users can download free, fully functional 15-day demos of all
products from the website. All products are backed with a 30-day
money back guarantee.
About You Software
You Software is a developer and publisher of Macintosh productivity
software designed to make the software you use everyday work better.
For more information and to keep informed about new product
introductions please visit the company’s Website at
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