Developer: Diego Arraez
Current Version: 1.5
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 7.9 MB - Download
Fast shortcuts to system functions!!!!
OptimPrefs is the simplest existing option to change the settings on your Mac, without having to go into Preferences and make changes one by one.
Create a Mode for when you're at home, one for the office, one for the plane, one for ... and switch between them with a simple "click".
- Volume slider.
- Brightness slider.
Win on time and in comfort.
- Ready for macOS Sierra.
- Bug fixes.
Most Helpful Reviews
Great app to have if you work in several places - I love this app! I use it to switch between some fairly complex network setups when I’m visiting different offices. Rather than have to reconfigure my network every time, I just choose my custom setup for that particular office and I’m off and running in about 30 seconds. It’s one of those bargain apps that you wonder how you lived without!
More Reviews for Current Version
Airplane mode does NOT disable Bluetooth - I purchased this product with the hope that the product would let me turn off all emissions (WiFi and Bluetooth) with one action. The presence of both the WiFi and Bluetooth icons on the menu bar in the screen shots further convinced me that this would indeed work, as did the “What’s New” message about “Ready for macOS Sierra.” Unfortunately, this utility does not function as a simple “Airplane Mode” utility. Bluetooth remains active. A waste of my money. Will change my rating if/when there is an update that corrects this problem. MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015) macOS Sierra version 10.12.4
Does *Not* Allow Users to Adjust System Settings - I often need to tweak system settings. For example, to switch between color, when working with graphics, and grayscale, which helps protect against my migraines. I bought this so it would be easier to switch between these system settings. But it doesn't allow users to change anything except airport, location, volume, and brightness, and it uses continuous sliders for the last two, instead of steps. So I can't use it to switch between the system settings I need to switch.