Bjango, makers of a powerful monitoring utility for Macs, is out with a new version of the popular iStat Menus which now fully supports the latest Macintosh software and hardware.
iStat Menus 4.10 improves Mavericks support, and adds compatibility with Late 2013 iMacs, and Late 2013 MacBook Pros.
If you’re having issues with menubar bandwidth displaying incorrect information when connected to a VPN, it’s best if you install this new version, according to Bjango.
Other fixes include: link to Network Utility in Mavericks; calendar display bugs; issues with IP Addresses not being updated; support for FireWire disks.
iStat Menus 4.10 continues to support multiple OS X versions, including Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion and the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system, Mavericks.
Separate versions of the software (including free-to-use builds) are also available for users of OS X Tiger (10.4) and OS X Leopard (10.5).