Are you a fan of the bar menu bar that’s used in iOS? If you’d like to bring vey much the same look to OSX, you can do so with MenuBarFilter. Why might you want to do this? There are numerous reasons. From an aesthetic point of view, you may wwell just prefer a dark look to a light one, but there are more enticing arguments to consider.
Having the menu bar dark means that the screen consumes (marginally) less power. While this is of little concern to desktop users, if you’re heading out with your laptoip, anything that can be done to eek a little more life out of your battery is to be welcomed.
The darker coloring also means that the menu bar blends in better – after all, it is not something that needs to draw attention to itself. But whether you are looking to change the color of the menu bar for practical purposes or just to give your desktop a slightly different look, MenuBarFilter makes things as easy as possible.
Once this utility is up and running, you can just forget about it. Every time you start up your Mac, it will launch and ensure that you menu bar is dark rather than light. No setting to configure means no hassle, just a new look for your desktop.
Simple and stylish, the reversed color scheme of the new menu bar makes a welcome change.