We all know very well what Apple thinks of hackers. If there’s ever been a more steadfast anti-hacking, security-focused organization than the crew in Cupertino, we haven’t seen it.
Despite all their firewalls and intermediaries, your Mac is still a computer. And that means it’s still hackable. Which, counterintuitively, can actually be a good thing with the help of an all-rounder like MacPilot.
MacPilot offers over 1,200 features and additional hidden capabilities that can unlock the power of your Mac in whole new ways.
As Tech Journey noted, MacPilot is like a Swiss Army knife for your setup, doing “all the user interface customizations, combined with custom system tweaks and under-the-hood maintenance in one convenient package.” It’s ready to handle almost anything from showing hidden files to turning off the startup sound to adding spacers and stacks to your dock. You can also change the screenshot file format, run maintenance tools and more.
Everything is accessible from one easily accessible interface, so users are all set to calculate their way, from running maintenance scripts to customizing their layout, to full access to all Mac specifications and more.
A long-time favorite with Mac fans everywhere, MacPilot is now available with a lifetime subscription, offering all the Mac goodness for life at nearly 60%, for just $39.99.