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MagicMenu Featured on Mac 911 Blog

Almost a week ago, Mac 911, a blog dedicated to help you solve your Mac OS X problems, featured an "Hiding the menu bar" article about the MagicMenu. Since then, a dramatic increase in users had visited our site.

We are glad to see that some of our free software are being helpful to solve real-world problems for many of you.

MagicMenu is a Mac OS X software that lets you auto-hide the menu bar on top of the Mac OS X operating system. With the top menu bar hidden, you will have a much cleaner user interface. It helps eliminate distraction when you are concentrated on the task at hand.

Desmond Biss, a dedicated Mac 911 blog reader wants to use his Mac with his television. With MagicMenu, he can now remove the top menu bar and keep his television monitor from distraction clutter while watch movies and music videos. It's refreshing to see new users solve real-world problems with this utility.

Chieh Cheng
Mon, 27 Jul 2009 16:28:49 +0000

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Title: MagicMenu Lets You Use Your Mac Computer with Your Television
Weblog: NeoSciGen
Excerpt: One deficiency with the Mac OS X is that there is no configurable option that the user can easily access to remove the top menu bar from the display. That means it's really undesirable to use the Mac with your TV as part of your home entertainment center. This frustration is expressed clearly on Mac . . .
Tracked: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 16:31:02 +0000

Title: Recovering Firefox Screen Space
Weblog: NeoSciGen
Excerpt: If you ever watch video and movies using Firefox, you'll noticed that a lot of the screen space is taken up by toolbars. There is nothing more distracting while watching movie to see the URL on top of the screen. It gets even worse if you installed Google Toolbar and Yahoo Toolsbar. I've learned tha . . .
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