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hiredgoon
31st January 2008, 12:36 PM
Hi,

Stupid question but it's something I can't answer myself. Does having more apps slow down your mac? Im not talking about the basics like Adobe, iWork, etc. I mean the smaller apps like adium, last.fm, cocnut battery, mozodojo, skitch, etc... the smaller ones that I use less often but keep them for the odd occasion? Is this the same with widgets?

Also, is there a way people can list all their Apps on something like a spread sheet so others can compare and see what they could add? If so, please start posting them!

Respect.

Peter Wells
31st January 2008, 12:40 PM
printfinder (http://cedricmacdp.free.fr/printfinder/en/) is a great little app for getting a list of a folder, so, here's my list:

Only Ones I've Paid For.app

thorevenge
31st January 2008, 12:52 PM
Running applications will suck up RAM. Having them in your Apps folder isn't going to affect the machine at all.

EDIT: Widgets on the other hand will because as soon as Dashboard is opened they are running, constantly, and you can't shut them down unless you manually close them all down.

Disko
31st January 2008, 12:57 PM
Fulltimecasual: You can put any folder into list view, select all and press :cmd: + C to get a list of items.


ABC Now
Address Book
Adium
Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional
Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Adobe Bridge
Adobe Creative Suite 2
Adobe Help Center
Adobe Help Viewer 1.0
Adobe Illustrator CS2
Adobe InDesign CS2
Adobe Lightroom
Adobe Photoshop CS2
Adobe Reader 8
Alarm Clock
Apple Qadministrator
Apple Qmaster
AppleScript
Automator
Browser
Calculator
Camino
Chess
Cinema Tools
Cocktail
Coda
Colloquy
Comic Life
Compressor
Dashboard
Dictionary
Directors Boards
DivX Converter
DivX Player
DVD Player
DVD Studio Pro
Exposť
Final Cut Pro
Final Cut Pro Additional Easy Setups
Firefox
Flock
Font Book
Front Row
Google Earth
Google Notifier
Google SketchUp
Google Updater
Graphisoft
HandBrake
iCab
iCal
iChat
iDVD
Image Capture
iMovie
iMovie (previous version)
iPhoto
iPhoto Buddy
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
iWork '08
Linkinus
Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
Macromedia Extension Manager
Macromedia Flash 8
Macromedia Flash 8 VideoEncoder
Mactracker
Mail
Merlin
Microsoft Office 2004
NeatImage
NetNewsWire
OmniGraffle Professional
OmniPlan
Pages
Paintbrush
Photo Booth
Preview
Proteus
Psi
QuarkXPress 7.0
QuickTime Broadcaster
QuickTime Player
Remote Desktop
Safari
Server
Shake
Skype
Soundtrack Pro
Spaces
Split & Concat
Stickies
StuffIt 11
SubEthaEdit
System Preferences
TextEdit
Thunderbird
Time Machine
TinkerTool
Toast 8 Titanium
Transmission
Transmit
UnRarX
Utilities
VisualHub
VLC
VPNClient
Wired Client
World of Warcraft
Yahoo! Messenger

Peter Wells
31st January 2008, 12:59 PM
Fulltimecasual: You can put any folder into list view, select all and press :cmd: + C to get a list of items.


well there you go.. one little app i can trash.. :)

mctext
31st January 2008, 01:09 PM
OSX is good because it allocates RAM (a main speed factor) according to what you're actually doing inside open apps.
In the old days with OS9, you had to allocate max and optimum RAM to each app. and that got allocated if the app was open but not in use.
Still, if you have a lot of stuff open, even if you're not using it, you'll get some speed slowdown.
So even under OSX, I keep my old OS9 habit of shutting down apps I'm not using.
(Tip: get used to hitting Cmd+tab every now and then to see what's open -- easier than consulting the dock.)
This isn't much of a hassle and, if you need an app for just a while, OSX will tend to open it fairly quickly unless it's a really big bugger like Photoshop.

Never been sure how much oomph widgets use: be good to get some info on this.
I try to keep my permanent widgets to a minimum but can't do without: iStat (of course!), calendar, various world clocks, dictionary (though you can always run this as an app in its own right) and the little thing that gets you to crucial utilities (can't remember its name but it looks like a little black wheel with white spokes).
None of these require a net connection so run "internally".
Anyone else noticed speed drops with increased widget use?

jubilantjeremy
31st January 2008, 01:13 PM
Fulltimecasual: You can put any folder into list view, select all and press :cmd: + C to get a list of items.



Adobe Device Central CS3
TextEdit
Image Capture
ZTerm
QuickTime Player
Picasa Web Albums Uploader
Photo Booth
Vine Server
TubeTV
Adium
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
iPhoto
Internet Connect
iPhoto Export
iMovie
iChat
iCal
Library Books
iPhone Remote
Preview
EndNote X
DVD Player
DropDV
DivX Player
iJailBreak
iEatBrainz
iDVD
HandBrake
Google Updater
Google SketchUp 6
Utilities
resources
SuperDuper!
Switch
GarageBand
Font Book
Flip4Mac
Fetch Art
iTunes
iWeb
iStumbler
Iris
Pen Tablet
OmniOutliner
NeoOffice
Microsoft Office 2004
Micon
Mail
Adobe Illustrator CS3
Adobe Help Viewer 1.1
Address Book
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe InDesign CS3
1Password
Senuti
ShakesPeer
Stickies
SpeedMail
Sherlock
Sauerbraten
sauerbraten
Safari
Remote Desktop Connection
RealPlayer
Adobe Flash CS3
VLC
Adobe Extension Manager
WhatSize
Adobe Flash CS3 Video Encoder
iSync
Transmission
iMovie (previous version)
Google Earth
MacStumbler
LiteIcon
DivX Converter
Dictionary
Colloquy
coconutWiFi
LCDTest
KisMAC
Adobe Help Viewer 1.0
Checksum
Checksum Validator
Adobe Stock Photos CS3
Winclone
System Preferences
Carbon Copy Cloner
UnRarX
coconutIdentityCard
coconutBattery
Clutter
Chicken of the VNC
Chess
Calculator
Burn
Burn
BitRocket
Bean
Automator
Camino
Dashboard
Cyberduck
CoRD
Comic Life
AppleScript
AppCleaner
Adobe Bridge CS3
untitled folder
Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Toast 8 Titanium

huh.. the things we learn..!

adamd
31st January 2008, 01:38 PM
I personally don't notice a difference with the amount of applications STORED on my HDD, but when they are open, that's when I notice a difference.
At the moment I'm on my MacBook (Specs in Footer, 80gb hdd and 10.4.11 atm) I have 10 applications open (including Finder and Dashboard). This does not include the MenuBar Apps or the amount of widgets I have open.

The only time I'll notice the Mac Slow down, is when I open PhotoShop or MSW4M (MS Word for Mac) :confused:.

As for finding all the apps.

Apple Menu | About this Mac | (More Info...) | Software [on the left] | Applications

Give it a minute or two and it should list all of the applications on the machine.

Goodbye
31st January 2008, 01:46 PM
Address Book
Adium
Adobe Bridge CS3
Adobe Device Central CS3
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
Adobe Extension Manager
Adobe Fireworks CS3
Adobe Help Viewer 1.1
Adobe Illustrator CS3
Adobe InDesign CS3
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Stock Photos CS3
Anxiety
AppleScript
Automator
BonEcho
Calculator
Camino
Chess
CocoaWget
Colin McRae Rally Mac Demo
CSSEdit
Dashboard
Delicious Library
DeskDecal
Dictionary
Disc Cover
Disco
DivX Converter
Docker
DVD Player
Exposť
EyeTV
Firefox
Flip4Mac
Font Book
Front Row
GarageBand
Google Earth
Google SketchUp 6
iCal
iChat
iDupe
iDVD
Image Capture
iMovie
InstantGallery
iPhoto
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
iWork '08
Linkinus
MacOSaiX
MacTheRipper
Mail
modo
Need for Speed Carbon
Office 2004 for Mac Test Drive
OLYMPUS Master 2
OnyX
Parallels
Photo Booth
Preview
QuickTime Player
Redline
Safari
SimCity 4
Snak
Spaces
Speed Download 4
Split & Concat
Stickies
StuffIt 12
System Preferences
TextEdit
The Unarchiver
Time Machine
Toast Titanium
Tomato Torrent
TomTom HOME
Transmission
Transmit
Utilities
VisualHub
VLC
VMware Fusion
X-Plane

Byrd
31st January 2008, 01:52 PM
MacDraw 1.0
MacWrite 1.0
Napster 2.0 beta 10.4
Virtual Valerie
Mac Playmate II

... does this mean I get the smallest e-peen award for apps? :D

JB

uncyherb
31st January 2008, 02:29 PM
Address Book
Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional
Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Adobe Bridge
Adobe Bridge CS3
Adobe Creative Suite 2
Adobe Device Central CS3
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
Adobe Extension Manager
Adobe Flash CS3
Adobe Flash CS3 Video Encoder
Adobe GoLive CS2
Adobe Help Center
Adobe Help Viewer 1.0
Adobe Help Viewer 1.1
Adobe Illustrator CS2
Adobe Illustrator CS3
Adobe InDesign CS2
Adobe InDesign CS3
Adobe Photoshop CS2
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Stock Photos
Adobe Stock Photos CS3
Adobe Version Cue CS2
Alias
Alien Skin
Aperture
Appearances
Apple Qadministrator
Apple Qmaster
AppleScript
Art Directors Toolkit 4
Automator
Azureus
BluePhoneElite
Calculator
CD Spin Doctor
Chess
Chmox
Cinema Tools
Color
Color Consultant Pro
Compressor
Contour Shuttle
Dashboard
Democracy
Diablo II
Dictionary
DiskWarrior
DivX Converter
DivX Player
DVD Player
DVD Studio Pro
EyeTV
Final Cut Pro
Firefox
Flickr Uploadr
Flip4Mac
Font Book
Full Tilt Poker
GarageBand
Google Earth
Gordon
GraphicConverter
HexEdit Release
Hotspot Shield
iCal
iChat
iDVD
Image Capture
iMailist
iMovie HD
Installers
Internet Connect
iPhoto
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
iWork
iWork '06
Linotype FontExplorer X
LiveType
MacGourmet
Macromedia Contribute 3
Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
Macromedia Extension Manager
Macromedia Fireworks 8
Macromedia Flash 8
Macromedia Flash 8 VideoEncoder
Mail
MB Deartifacter FCP
Microsoft AutoUpdate
Microsoft Office 2004
Miro
Motion
Motion Pictures HD
MPEG Streamclip
OmniGraffle
OmniOutliner
OpenBase
Opera
OptiCAL 3.7.7
PartyGaming
pngCrushrrr
PokerPages
Preview
QuickBooks NUE
QuickTime Player
radioSHARK
Remote Desktop
Remote Desktop Connection
Safari
ScanFont 4 DEMO
Second Life
Shake
Sherlock
Skype
SkypeMate
SlingShot
Sound Lists
SoundSoap 2
Soundtrack Pro
Spyder2 2.2
SQLEditor
Stickies
StuffIt 10.0
SuperDuper!
Swift 3D
System Preferences
Tablet
TechTool Pro 4
TextEdit
TextWrangler
TNEF's Enough
Toast 8 Titanium
Toast Titanium
Transmit
UnRarX
Utilities
Virtual PC
WebKit
X-Chat Aqua

Peter Wells
31st January 2008, 02:36 PM
MacDraw 1.0
MacWrite 1.0
Napster 2.0 beta 10.4
Virtual Valerie
Mac Playmate II

... does this mean I get the smallest e-peen award for apps? :D

JB

small list, but hours of entertainment... :)

tintinaujapon
31st January 2008, 08:52 PM
Oh Disko - so simple, so obvious and yet so long for me to discover!

WingNuts, Xslimmer, World of Where, へぇボタン, Windows Media Player, VLC, Utilities, TurretWars, Toast 8 Titanium, TinkerTool, The Unarchiver, Translation Service, Stickies, SoundConverter, Skype, Skitch, SiteSucker, Shoebox, Sherlock, Safari, TextEdit, System Preferences, SuperDuper!, shadowClipboard 3, shadowBurn, Screenshot Settings, QuickTime Player, Preview, PodTube, PodTube DEMO, PhotoPresenter, iWeb, Microsoft Messenger, Microsoft AutoUpdate, Paparazzi!, OnyX, OnyX-Uninstall, Mactracker, iPhoto, iWork '06, Internet Connect, IPMenu, Mailplane, iCal, ICQ 3.4 É, GraphicConverter, Microsoft Office 2004, HandBrake, Image Capture, iChat, iiUsage, iMovie HD, Google Video Player, Google Earth, iDVD, Freeciv, DVD Player, FunnyPhotographer, DivX Converter, Remote Desktop, Mail, macpro-config, Font Book, DesktopMagik, DateMenu, Comic Life, Colloquy, BonEcho, Azureus, Automator, AppZapper, iShowU, MacTheRipper(10.4)_UNI, MacTheRipper, Flip4Mac, RealPlayer, DropCopy, Dictionary, flvThing, gDisk, LaunchBar, DivX Player, Chess, CanoScan Toolbox 4.1, File Juicer, Firefox, DashboardStarter, Dashboard, D-Subtitler, Calculator, AppleScript, AppFresh, Adium, Address Book, Acquisition, ABC Now, 3ivx, iSync, iShowU Manual.pdf, Transmit, Transmission, iTunes, MenuCalendarClock iCal, Sample Scripts

Al Aero
31st January 2008, 09:08 PM
Hours of fun for all the kiddies:

Address Book
Adium
Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Adobe Bridge CS3
Adobe Device Central CS3
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
Adobe Extension Manager
Adobe Help Viewer 1.0
Adobe Help Viewer 1.1
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Stock Photos CS3
Airfoil
AppleScript
AppZapper
Automator
ByteController
Calculator
Chess
Dashboard
Dictionary
DockRestore
DVD Player
DVD2oneX2
EasyCrop
Ejector
Exposť
Fetch Art
Firefox
Flip4Mac
Font Book
Front Row
Fugu
Google Earth
HandBrake
iCal
iChat
iGlasses
iiUsage
Image Capture
iPhoto
iScrobbler
iSerial Reader
iSync
iTunes
MacTheRipper
Mail
MainMenu
MakeiPhoneRingtone
MenuCalendarClock iCal
Microsoft Office 2008
Photo Booth
Preview
QuickTime Player
RAR Expander
Safari
Skype
Spaces
SRS Labs
Stickies
StuffIt 12
Switch
System Preferences
Text Edit
Time Machine
Toast 8 Titanium
TomTom HOME
Transmission
Transmit
TubeSock
Utilities
VisualHub
VLC
VueScan
Xslimmer

Aaron
31st January 2008, 09:15 PM
iSerial Reader


I knew that would pop up somewhere :p

Mine:
Address Book
Adium
Adobe Bridge CS3
Adobe Device Central CS3
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
Adobe Extension Manager
Adobe Flash CS3
Adobe Flash CS3 Video Encoder
Adobe Help Viewer 1.1
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Stock Photos CS3
Aperture
AppleScript
Automator
Calculator
Carbon Copy Cloner
Chess
Coda
CSSEdit
Dashboard
Dictionary
DVD Player
Exposť
Final Cut Express HD
Flip4Mac
Font Book
Front Row
GarageBand
iCal
iChat
iDVD
Image Capture
iMovie
iPhoto
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
iWork '08
Mail
MarbleBlast Gold
NetNewsWire
Photo Booth
Preview
QuickTime Player
Remote Desktop Connection
Safari
Skitch
smcFanControl
Smultron
Spaces
Stickies
StuffIt 12
System Preferences
TextEdit
Time Machine
Toast 8 Titanium
Transmission
Transmit
UnRarX
Utilities
Ventrilo
VLC
Voice Candy
World of Warcraft
X-Chat Aqua

hiredgoon
31st January 2008, 09:16 PM
awesome. i have a lot of them. is i bad that i like apps? useless ones?

Does PC do the same?

Currawong
31st January 2008, 09:43 PM
Doesn't make any difference unless your HD is very full, then things will slow down.

Peter Wells
31st January 2008, 09:48 PM
this thread must be doing mactalk the world of good in seo..

Mohawk
31st January 2008, 10:12 PM
OMG! Disko has strip poker! :D

Galumay
31st January 2008, 10:19 PM
Address Book
Adobe Bridge CS3
Adobe Device Central CS3
Adobe Help Viewer 1.1
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Stock Photos CS3
Airfoil
Airfoil Speakers
Album Cover Finder
anti_css
AppleScript
AppZapper
Art Directors Toolkit 4
Automator
BackStage
Backup
BigPond Wireless Broadband 2.0
Cache Out X
Calculator
CandyBar
Chess
Chicken of the VNC
ChronoSync
Citrix ICA Client
Comic Life
Comic Life Testfix
CopyGear Full Edition
CoreDuoTemp
CoverScout
CrossOver
Dashboard
DiceRolls
Dictionary
DivX Converter
DivX Player
DoIt
dot ts joiner
DragThing
DVD assist
DVD Player
Exposť
eyeBeam
EyeTV
ffmpegX
final cut
Final Cut Express HD
Firefox
Flip4Mac
Font Book
FontNuke
Front Row
GarageBand
GarageSale
Google Earth
GraphicConverter
HandBrake
HexEdit
iCal
iCalPublish
iChat
iDVD
iGrabNews
Image Capture
iMovie
iMovie (previous version)
iPassConnect
iPhoto
iPhoto Diet
iPodRip
iSoftPhone
iSquint
iStat
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
iWork '08
JBidWatcher
Joost
Little Snitch Configuration
LiveType
logfile_20071126_224558.txt
logfile_20071128_062012.txt
logfile_20071212_074316.txt
MacOSaiX
MacPAR deLuxe
MacTheRipper
Mail
Make DVD-IMG 2
Microsoft Office X
MoKgVm2DVD
MPEG Streamclip
Multisite for iWeb
NullPacketStripper_v013beta
OmniGraffle
OmniOutliner
Parallels
Photo Booth
PopChar
PrefEdit
Preview
QuickTime Player
Quıcĸsıɩⅴεʀ
RealPlayer
Region X
Safari
SafariSpeed
SightSpeed
SJphone
Skitch
Skype
Snapz Pro X
Soundtrack
Spaces
Split & Concat
Stickies
StuffIt 11
SuperDuper! 2.1.4 [k'ed]
Switch
System Preferences
TextEdit
Time Machine
Toast 8 Titanium
Transmission
TubeSock
Uncle
Uninstaller
Unison
UnRarX
Utilities
VisualHub
VLC
WhatSize
xnview
Xtorrent
You Control Tunes
zoiper

Jaali
31st January 2008, 11:04 PM
uncyherb - why have you got CS2 and CS3 installed?

zbaron
31st January 2008, 11:31 PM
/Applications:

AccessGridToolkit3
Address Book
Adium
Adobe AIR Uninstaller
AppleScript
Audacity
Automator
Backup
BigPond Wireless Broadband 2.0
Calculator
Cha-Ching
Chess
Comic Life
Dashboard
Dictionary
DVD Player
Exposť
EyeTV
Firefox
Font Book
Front Row
Fugu
GarageBand
Google Earth
Google SketchUp 6
iCal
iChat
iDVD
Image Capture
iMovie
iMovie (previous version)
InterMapper RemoteAccess
iPassConnect
iPhoto
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
iWork '08
Joost
Keyspan Serial Assistant
MacPorts
Mail
MakeRefMovie
Marratech
MyMind
MySQL Tools
NeoOffice
Notes
OmniGraffle Professional
OmniOutliner
Parallels
Photo Booth
Preview
QuickTime Broadcaster
QuickTime Player
Safari
sametime
Server
SimpleMovieX
Skype
Spaces
Stickies
StuffIt 11
SubEthaEdit
System Preferences
Tablet
TextEdit
TextWrangler
Thunderbird
Time Machine
Utilities
VisualHub
VLC
VPNClient
Wolfenstein ET
X-Lite
xPad
Yahoo! Messenger

~/Applications:

AudioCodex
Azureus
Call Of Duty 2.zip
Chicken of the VNC
ChocoFlop
Cocktail
Combine PDFs
DoubleTake
Drosera
Eavesdrop
eBay Desktop
FrostWire
ganttproject.jnlp
HandBrake
HuginOSX
iiUsage
iPulse
iSquint
iStumbler
jfdraw.jar
Kiyut
KnowledgeTank
Metadata Hootenanny
Miro
NetSpeedometer
OpenProj
PDFLab
Porrasturvat
PosteRazor
Quake2
RealPlayer
Seashore
Second Life
SheepShaver-2.3
StreamRipperX
TVShows
WebKit
WhatSize
WingNuts
X-Moto
XMeeting

tintinaujapon
1st February 2008, 12:00 AM
7 people so far have Transmission as (one of) their BT clients. If any of you are with iiNet and running 10.4.11 and have got past the "Port is stealth connectivity, please PM me.

rtc
1st February 2008, 06:49 AM
Boot HD 1 - leopard (just regularly used ones, or ones i saw fit to install when i went to leopard):
A.Pack
Address Book
Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Adobe GoLive CS
Adobe Help Viewer 1.0
Adobe Illustrator CS
Adobe InDesign CS
Adobe Photoshop CS
Adobe Version Cue
Apimac Secret Folder 4.0
AppleScript
Automator
Calculator
Chess
Cocktail
Dashboard
Dictionary
Digidesign
DVD Player
DVD Studio Pro
DVD2oneX2
Exposť
Fast DVD Copy v2
Firefox
Font Book
Front Row
GarageBand
Google Earth
Guitar Rig 3
Hewlett-Packard
iCal
iChat
iDVD
Image Capture
iMovie
iPhoto
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
KDX
KDXServer1600-Mac
Launch! TPG
Live 5.0.1 OS X
Logic Pro
M-Audio Delta Control Panel
Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004
Macromedia Extension Manager
MacTheRipper_uni(10.4)
Mail
Marine Aquarium 2.6
Microsoft AutoUpdate
Microsoft Office 2004
Photo Booth
Poisoned
Preview
QuickTime Player
Reason
Roxio Jam 6
Safari
Sound Studio 2
Sound Studio 3
Spaces
Stickies
StuffIt 12
System Preferences
TextEdit
Time Machine
Toast 8 Titanium
Traktor DJ Studio 3
Utilities
vlc-0.8.6d
Wallsaver
WaterRoof
WaveBurner
WeatherDock

Boot HD 2 - Tiger:
I have way more apps here - will let you know in a day or two when these are back online

cgollner
1st February 2008, 07:09 AM
Cool. Simple yet not so obvious until you do it.

Activity Monitor
Address Book
AirPort Utility
AppleScript
AppleScript Utility
AppZapper
Audio MIDI Setup
Automator
Azureus
BluePhoneElite 2
Bluetooth File Exchange
Boot Camp Assistant
Calculator
Chicken of the VNC
ColorSync Utility
Console
Dashboard
Dictionary
DigitalColor Meter
Directory
Directory Utility
Disk Inventory X
Disk Utility
DVD Player
DVD Player
Exposť
Extensions
FileMaker Pro
FileMaker Pro 8
Firefox
Folder Actions Setup
Font Book
Front Row
Grab
Grapher
HP Device Configuration
HP EWS Device Configuration
HP Uninstaller
iCal
iChat
iDVD
Image Capture
iMovie
iPhoto
iSync
iTunes
iWeb
iWork '08
Java
Keychain Access
Keynote
MacTheRipper
Mail
Migration Assistant
NeoOffice
Network Utility
Numbers
ODBC Administrator
OmniFocus
OmniGraffle
Pages
Photo Booth
Plant Tycoon
Podcast Capture
Preview
Plant Tycoon
Quicken 2007
QuickTime Player
RAID Utility
Remote Desktop Connection
Safari
Script Editor
Skype
Spaces
SQLGrinder
Stickies
StuffIt 11
StuffIt Expander
SuperDuper!
System Preferences
System Profiler
Terminal
TextEdit
Time Machine
Toast Titanium
Transmission
UrbanTerror4
Utilities
Video Tools
Virtualisation
VisualHub
VLC
VMware Fusion
VoiceOver Utility
Web
X11
Yummy FTP