A bunch of useful system switches packed into a small menu bar app, allowing you to activate various functions with just a couple of clicks
Working efficiently is all about avoiding unnecessary steps, especially for repetitive tasks. If, for instance, you need to enable or disable various macOS functions frequently, you may end up wasting a lot of time at the end of the day.
One Switch is a tiny app designed to improve your efficiency by providing quick access to a few important switches. It can be opened from your menu bar, and it allows you to toggle certain system features with just a couple of clicks.
Helpful switches right in your menu bar
After installing and launching the app, you just have to click the menu bar icon to bring up the new switches. It enables you to hide desktop icons, toggle Dark mode, keep your Mac awake, launch the screensaver, and much more.
You can easily keep track of which functions are currently active, and the app is very unobtrusive when it is not being used.
Plenty of switches and a high degree of customization
Quite a few switches are available by default, but you can also enable additional ones from the app’s preferences. What’s more, you can hide any of them at any time, as well as change their order in the menu.
It is also worth mentioning that the app allows you to assign keyboard shortcuts to each function, which can be very handy.
Well-designed menu bar app
Since the app’s initial release, One Switch has been enhanced with quite a few additional features, and more switches seem to be added with each new version. It can be incredibly useful for toggling various system functions when needed, and it is very unobtrusive as it only runs in the menu bar. Last but not least, the customization options and hotkey support allow you to personalize it as you see fit.