I use the Services Menu quite a lot. If you don’t use it, it’s located under the Application Name > Services. It contains small applications which are designed to help you use your Mac. The problem with this menu is that it does get quite cluttered. Different applications put different options in this menu and the list can grow steadily longer. Todays app, ServiceScrubber, is designed to scrub those service options you don’t want and help clear the place up.
Cleaning Things Up
Using this app, like most Mac apps is dead simple. Once as the app has run and searched through your Services options you are given a simple check list. These check list options relate to the services options on the menu.
To remove a service option you simply uncheck the box. When you are done you hit save and the changes will take effect. Its that simple. You can at a later date add them back in if you miss them.
This application is dead simple and I recommend you try it out.
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Mac OS X 10.4
Easily remove service options