It's fine to just double click on the icon from the Finder right? Right!
But err... most games need as much processor power as they can use right? Right.
So before launching the game you need to quit as many programs as you can, and of course you have several days worth of work open! And 15-20 applications running? And it would take you several precious gaming minutes to close and save all these applications, let alone open them all up again after you finish... Who needs the hassle, right? Right?
...Well this is where GameLauncher comes in handy.
GameLauncher first requires that you select the application and, once selected, if you press the "Launch" button, will quit as many applications as you have running, launch the game, wait patiently until you are finished, then return the applications to your desktop good as new. Less time wasted, more game-play time maximised. Neat right? Right!
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