Reanimator restarts killed apps in one go (even invisible ones)
Version: 2.0.7Reanimator is a utility for automatically restarting all applications and background-only processes killed by another process. It can also be used to quit all running processes and restart them later. A process is a program running on your Mac. When you launch an application, you start a new process. Desk accessories are also processes, while control panels are treated as extensions of the Finder process. There are also processes that don't show up when running: they are called background-only processes. Many shareware and freeware extensions run as background-only processes. Reanimator itself, works that way.
License: Free To Try $8.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
I'm used to run a number of applications and extensions in the background (Décor, MyEyes, DragThing, Eudora and other occasional utilities) and I was tired of relaunching each one of them after running an installer, rebuilding the desktop using a dedicated utility or running a game instructed to quit all other processes, including the Finder.
Reanimator accomplishes this task in a single, quick operation.
· Registration Reminder at Startup.
What's New in This Release:
· Fixed a long standing bug in the registration code validation algorithm that caused the control panel to crash occasionally on 68k machines.
· Removed any reference to FTP application in the control panel.