iPulse is an application that graphically displays the inner workings of Mac OS X.
iPulse has a concise and pleasing user interface that graphically displays the inner workings of Mac OS X on the desktop, dock. or menubar.
iPulse's entire GUI 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 will show you all of the data you ask it to and does it beautifully.
Here are some key features of "iPulse":
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 in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· 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