Deeper 2.8

Free Get immediate access to various hidden functions of default Mac tools.
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Deeper is a utility that gives you immediate access to Mac settings which are hidden or difficult to locate on your computer. You can use this program to quickly reveal Finder's hidden files and folders, change the position of the Dock on your desktop, enable half-star rating for iTunes, and so much more.

The first thing you need to do after installing the utility on your Mac is to go to System Preferences and enable the Accessibility feature for the Deeper tool. Afterwards, you can run the program and configure the offered settings according to your needs.

All of the offered settings are nicely organized into categories. You have access to options for various Mac default tools as well as settings for changing your current login items, disable Time Machine backup tasks, etc. The built-in guide provides you all the information you could possibly need while handling Deeper on your Mac.

The only inconvenience about using this tool is that its latest version is compatible only with machines that run 10.12 macOS. If you're using a Mac with an older OS X version, you should try the previous program versions.

Briefly, it's definitely worth giving this free utility a try if the aforementioned aspect doesn't mean anything to you. It's helpful, effective, and feature-rich.

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Review summary


  • Provides you with multiple hidden functions of your default Mac tools
  • Immediately applies the necessary changes
  • Comes with a help guide


  • The latest version works only on machines with 10.12 macOS

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Different versions for different OS X - if you do not have the latest OS X then you do not need the latest version of Deeper. Check to see which is the right version for your OS X.

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