Upgraded to Mac OS X Lion. Well then you certainly know "Launchpad," the "home for your apps" like Apple says. A huge disadvantage of the deafult Launchpad is that every app that is located in your /Applications folder is shown. If you tool feeling it a little cluttered -- here comes "Launchpad-Control," a small tool which allows you to easily hide/unhide apps (and groups) from launchpad in Mac OS X Lion.
- 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!
Apple launched the eight version of its desktop operating system this month on July 20. Lion comes with more than 250 new features, and is now available for download from the Mac App Store.
Lion is the easiest OS X upgrade and at around 4GB, it is about the size of an HD movie from the iTunes Store. It include: new Multi-Touch gestures; system-wide support for full screen apps; Mission Control, an innovative view of everything running on your Mac; the Mac App Store, the best place to find and explore great software, built right into the OS; Launchpad, a new home for all your apps; and a completely redesigned Mail app.
You can download Launchpad-Control here.