Tiger System Preferences
Tiger System Preferences is a software tool whose purpose is to aid individuals in viewing their Control Panel using the skin of the Mac OS X Panther’s successor, Mac OS X Tiger. The latter was released in 2005, and was the fifth major release from Apple, in regards to operating systems for Mac computers.
This utility does not require installation, as it is portable. As a consequence, the Windows registry and Start menu/screen are not going to suffer any changes, and no leftovers will remain on the drive after its removal.
It is also important to keep in mind that you can run Tiger System Preferences on any computer you have access to, just by placing the program files to a removable storage unit, and clicking the EXE.
The interface you come by presents a minimal and intuitive design, as it is comprised only of several buttons. It can be used by anybody without experiencing any kind of difficulty, be they beginners or highly experienced people.
Options to take advantage of
This software tool enables you to quickly access personal, hardware, system, Internet and network configurations, yet it is important to keep in mind that all new windows that can be launched from here will present the Windows design you have on your PC.
It is also possible to take advantage of a simple search function, so that you can quickly look up files and folders that interest you. Nevertheless, you should that, on occasion, in our tests this feature failed to find an item.
Conclusion and performance
It does not hamper the system’s performance, as it does not require large amounts of resources. The response time is good and the interface is suitable to all user categories. All in all, Tiger System Preferences seems to a pretty decent piece of software, yet it could benefit from an update.