Description: Monitor system activity, CPU, memory, network, and more
iPulse is a system monitoring application that lets you peek at the inner workings of Mac OS X through a clever and visually compact user interface. Using iPulse's customizable gauges, users can monitor system activity such as CPU and memory usage, free disk space, network activity and more.
Using its concise and pleasing user interface, iPulse graphically displays the inner workings of Mac OS X on the desktop or in the dock. The entire user interface is completely configurable so you can turn off gauges you don't want, leaving only what you are interested in for easy viewing. A single floating window displays all of the information you ask it to and does it beautifully.
Monitor numerous OS X statistics including: CPU Activity (single & dual) System load over time Network activity (packets in & out) Memory activity and usage Battery & wireless signal strength Motherboard temperature Network & disk peak activity indicators Disk usage Current time and date Supports single or dual processor Macs Compact, clever & fully customizable user interface Gauge info windows provide additional data Save & load custom appearances via iPulse Jackets Adjust iPulse's CPU usage on the fly View data on the desktop, in the menu bar or Dock Show & hide iPulse using system hotkeys Reports on system loads over time
What's New Version 2.5.1: Added support for Gatekeeper in Mountain Lion Fixed an issue that would cause the network gauges to stop updating Updated Spanish localization to use CPU instead of UCP Fixed formatting of wide network addresses SMC error messages are no longer logged in the Console every 15 seconds