In a recent blog post I detailed how to use advanced SQL statements to remove applications for OS X Lion’s Launchpad. Which works well, however it can be a little frustrating if you’re constantly wanting to adjust Launchpad’s contents.
Luckily for us Lion users Andreas Ganske over at chaosspace.de has come up with a solution!
Launchpad-Control is a simple straightforward tool that enables you to hide/unhide applications at the click of a button!
- It’s a system preference pane (update #1)
- Displays a table with all apps that are in Launchpad
- Checkboxes for every app allow you to easily specify apps you want to hide or show
- Backups/Restores your original database file
- It’s completely free!
You can download Launchpad-Control from chaosspace.de or by clicking here
Launchpad-Control requires OS X Lion (obviously)