ASM (Application Switcher Menu) provides comfortable and quick access to the currently running applications through a system-wide menu in top right corner of the screen, just like with classic Mac OS.

Furthermore, it is highly customizable and offers some nice extra features, such as Classic Window Mode (orders all windows of an application to front when it becomes active) or Single Application Mode (automatically hides applications other than the front-most one).

What's New:

· Version 2.2.7 adds support for dock sub menus on Mac OS X 10.5.4