At long last, Default Folder is back. Jon Gotow of St. Clair Software tells us why a full re-write of one of the Mac’s best utilities was required with the release of El Capitan, and how the restrictions imposed by System Integrity Protection are a necessary part of today’s world. Jon gives us a run down of Default Folder’s feature set, including what wasn’t possible with the new restrictions, as well as a review of St. Clair’s other products.
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