As its name says, this Mac program enables you to rearrange Menu Bar items according to your needs. You can create spaces between your Menu Bar icons, add or remove items if necessary, and even define the delay for loading your Menu Bar apps at startup.
When launching MenuBar ReArranger, a vertical line will appear on your Menu Bar and from there you can select which icons should be displayed or removed permanently from your Menu Bar. A good thing is that the application keeps a log file in case you need to remember about your previous Menu Bar alterations.
You can also create blank spaces between Menu Bar icon groups and hide apps with the Behind the Curtain option (in the Manage Items menu). Once you finish making modifications to your Menu Bar's appearance, just click the Rearrange Items button and wait for the app to complete its job.
The only aspect I don't like about working with this application is that, in order to apply the new changes, it restarts all Menu Bar apps.
As for the rest, the program managed to modify the Menu Bar's appearance so that it can fit my needs. You can make the alterations you need with little effort, add or remove any Menu Bar app, and create groups of icons for more efficient Menu Bar arrangement.