Deeper is a relative of Onyx, that we reviewed recently. It is a sweet little application that like it’s older brother Onyx, gives you control of many of the well known or lesser known features of the OS X Graphical User Interface. And like it’s senior sibling, Deeper places all of the options into one simple easy to use interface so that you don’t have to go hunting around your mac to change them all, you can just click the provided checkboxes and select fields to set the values you want to change.
Deeper has been around since OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and has seen a new version released along with each new version of the OS since then through Lion 10.7.
With Deeper you can change the general look/feel/actions of the basic system interface, Different options that area available in the finders menu, the look and feel of the dock, how Quicktime handles the playback of movies, add information to your login screen, etc… you get the picture, and the list goes on.
The point is, with all this little app allows you to do, and because of its price point (FREE), it seems silly to avoid loading it on your mac and playing with your own user experience.