Rather than spend money on an app to navigate your Mac’s file hierarchy, add this blast from the Mac’s past. All you need to do is click the Menubar and navigate anywhere you choose.
The Apple Menu Is Back
Way back in the day, in an era of computing far, far, away, navigating through the Mac’s hierarchy of folders and files was, well, easier than today’s Mac with OS X.
The difference is that back then Mac users had only a few choices to do what the Dock does today.
Today, with the Mac App Store, app launchers and file and folder navigation apps are plentiful and inexpensive.
What’s less expensive than free? What’s easier to use than a single click? The blast from the past is Devon’s XMenu, a global menu navigation tool for OS X.
Set it up however you wish, but XMenu makes folder navigation a one-click affair.
Does it get more simple than that?
XMenu is fully customizable, and gives you one-click access to apps, folders, documents, files, even text snippets.
It comes with six folders already predefined and ready to use so there’s no real configuration required.
Click to navigate through Applications, Developer Apps, Home folder, Documents folder, Snippets, and User Defined folders (great for storing specific or favorite apps).
XMenu makes it easy to drop in URL’s or snippets of text into email or other documents (any snippet is a click away). If you’ve ever used the Dock folders on OS X, then you know a little of what XMenu does already.
Except it does more, is easier to use, and priced right (free).