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Display additional menu bars on all screens and windows

File MenuEverywhere.dmg
Version 1.9.8 (Release Notes)
Size 4.6 MB
OS 10.6 Snow Leopard and above, 10.7 Lion Compatible


  • Add a screen-top menu bar to all your additional displays
  • Add a window-top menu bar to all your application windows
  • Pop up menu vertically at the current mouse location using a hot key
  • Pop up menu vertically at the current mouse location using a mouse button
  • Selectable font size for menu bar buttons
  • Selectable font size for menu items
  • Auto fade-in and fade-out on mouse-over for window menu bars
  • Several menu button styles to choose from
  • Intuitive and easy to use window and application exclusion/ignore system
  • Compatible with most applications

What they're saying...

MenuEverywhere is an amazingly simple app that is a huge workflow aid, especially on my large monitors.

— Bruce Miller (Film & TV Composer)
As a user of Mac software for over 20 years, I'm very pleased to add MenuEverywhere (ME) to my 'must have' utilities. It allows me to spread multiple windows across multiple monitors, and still have a menu bar everywhere! The creator of ME is constantly expanding/developing his software, making it especially delightful.

— Arthur C. Reed (Custom Woodworker & Freelance Writer)
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! I just bought a Matrox TripleHead2Go and am running three monitors with my MacBookPro. MenuEverywhere definitely fills a need!

Thanks for having the vision to create this piece of software.

— Frank G. Rizzo (Educator)
You don't realise until you install MenuEverywhere how much productivity gain it provides. Application menus always are close at hand via a pop-up or at the top of a window. And Hisham is an exemplary developer: he has added rapidly to the functionality of MenuEverywhere and is quick to respond to suggestions for changes to the interface or addition of new features. All-in-all, one of the most cost-effective additions you can make to your Mac experience, even if you use only a single screen.

— Pete Lovell (Academic)