WinSwitch is a compact replacement for Apple's Fast User Switching menu on Mac OS X 10.3 that saves menu bar space by allowing you to show an icon, custom user picture, or short username instead of the full username, while faithfully replicating and improving the other features of Apple's menu.
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: WinSwitch is now a Universal Binary that will run natively on both Intel and PowerPC processors. This release corrects all issues reported during the beta period (localization issues). The ability to show a "Logout" menu item while holding down the option key was added.
Release Notes: This is the first Universal Binary release, meaning that it will run natively on both Intel and PowerPC processors. It also features numerous cosmetic bugfixes and updates to the included localizations.
Release Notes: This release delivers Tiger (Mac OS 10.4) compatibility and a number of updates to the localizations.
Release Notes: This version features corrections to the Japanese and French localizations, and a partial Hebrew localization.
Release Notes: This a bugfix and security update release which fixes all known issues and updates the localizations.