MaBaSoft ( has updated Application Wizard — their application launcher, quitter, and switcher for Mac OS X — to version 3.2. The update adds the possibility to run AppleScripts, allows users to sort running applications chronologically and exclude applications from the Switch menu, and fixes some minor bugs.

Application Wizard lets you open, quit, show and hide applications, open them automatically at startup and force them to open using Rosetta, turn single application mode on and quit background-only applications and the Finder. With the software you can also navigate volumes and frequently used folders to quickly open enclosed items, access favorite files, recent folders, Address Book contacts and your iPhoto or Aperture library, preview images, music, movies and PDF files, copy pictures and display slideshows, view the metadata associated with files and check system memory usage.

Application Wizard 3.2 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. A single-user license is US$19. It’s a free update for registered users of version 3.x; users of version 1.x and 2.x can upgrade for $7.