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Two that I know of (but have never used):
* Plugin Manager
* Plugin Commander
Do a search on these using (say) Google.com and you'll get gobs of more info on each.
No, I don't use a plug-in manager.
Why one might need one...There are zillions of homegrown plugins available off the net. Some people download/collect them like I do actions :-). There are practical and in some cases operating system limits on how many items can be displayed in a menu. As I understand it a PIM may be able to bring "order to chaos" (menu-wise) for lots of plugin environments, partly by creating submenus and organizing plugins accordingly.
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