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[Mac OS X] System Monitor

[Mac OS X] System Monitor

[Mac OS X] System Monitor

System Monitor is a handy tool that allows you to see various system parameters in real time. Among them: running processes, processor load, memory status, disk and network monitoring. All this can be found in the main program window:

And behind the central processing unit (CPU), except for the main program window , can also be viewed in separate windows. To do this, go to the program menu Window:

By selecting the appropriate menu items or using the key combinations shown there, you can call up various ways to display the status of the CPU:

The same windows can be called from the context menu of the application icon in the Dock-e:

But the most interesting thing is that the icon itself applications in the Dock can display the state of some settings. Enabling this can be found in the context menu of the application icon:

Show CPU, Network, disk and memory:

Good luck!



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