Memory Usage Getter allows you to visually view where you memory is being used up as well as CPU usage
Version: 2.6Tired of having to use the Terminal to get the memory/CPU usage of specific processes? With this simple application, you can graphically see the memory/CPU usage of your applications and processes. Memory Usage Getter gets a comprehensive list of open applications and their memory/CPU usage, then sorts and displays them in 3 different sections (or one big long list if you wish), making it easy to see the memory/CPU usage of your applications as well as system processes.
License: Free To Try $10.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
Memory Usage Getter allows you to visually view where you memory is being used up as well as CPU useage, similar to the Mac OS 9 "About this Macintosh" menu.
· intermittent registration dialogs.
What's New in This Release:
· If a process quits and then is launched again, the process history windows will now realize this and continue updating the graphs
· If a process survives a kill, MUG now automatically force kills it
· New "Kill Special" menu items with command keystrokes for fast access to killing the Dock, Dashboard, the Finder, the menu bar, Classic, and Front Row
· Corrected inaccurate Dock Icon/Overall Graph Window CPU usage reporting
· Double-clicking on processes in table views will now either reveal it in the Finder, open a history window for that process, or kill the process. This is a user-customizable option.
· Multiple selections are now allowed in the table views, and you can perform actions on every selected item
· Dashboard widgets in Tiger can now be easily distinguished in Tab and List View windows, and they correctly reveal in the Finder
· Memory Usage Getter is now a universal binary and should run on Macs with Intel processors (feature untested)
· A multitude of various other bug fixes and interface improvements.