Alfred 1.4.2 full review

Alfred is a customizable add-on and plug-in manager for OS X; it lets you enable and disable (in the manner of OS 9’s Extensions Manager) preference panes, contextual menus, kernel extensions, screen savers, Services, and many more system add-ons. In addition, you can drop a plug-in icon onto Alfred’s icon, and Alfred will install the plug-in for you – no more digging through Library folders to figure out where it belongs. You can also create custom installation rules that automatically move files with certain extensions, types, and creators to specific folders (for example, one rule could move MP3s to your iTunes Music folder while another moved .dmg files to a software archive). – Dan Frakes
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