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Snard combines the utility of OS 9’s Apple menu with a launcher and Root Runner (the GUI equivalent of the Unix utility sudo) to provide a flexible do-it-all menu. Available from the Dock, the menu bar, and via a hot key, Snard lets you use hierarchical menus to quickly access files, folders, and applications (for example, it lists System Preference panes individually, like the old Control Panels menu). It also includes submenus for accessing recently used items, mounting favourite and recent servers, and launching worksets – groups of items that open simultaneously with one click. Finally, you can easily open any application as root by option-selecting it from the Snard menu or by choosing the Open App As Root menu item.