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iStatistica is an advanced system monitor for macOS. It includes notification center widget and status bar menu. Simply slide out notification center to keep an eye on your CPU, memory, disk usage and network activity.
● System monitoring
- memory (used, free, cache, system, per app)
- CPU usage (total, per core, per app)
- disk usage
- ejecting external drives
● Battery information
- time remaining
● Network activity
- network interfaces
- external WAN IP and Country
- internal LAN IP address
- gateway IP address and MAC-address
- incoming & outgoing traffic
● Menu Bar monitors
● Web-Access and API
- restrict access by ip
- REST API with JSON output
● Plug-Ins support for Fans, Sensors and Disk I/O monitoring
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Very useful … at times
I’m not a daily user of istatistica but when I need it, it’s there, at a click of the menu bar. Shows me just what I need to know in a nicely-done graphic fashion with supporting data.
iStaticistic - Good useful application
I am all about my system performance and making sure my system is well maintained. Without this application I have other places to go or tools to use, but find this application extreemly handy and it pretty much provides all I need for a quick system check. Because I work hard to keep my system at its peek of performance, I feel the moment a process cuts in and starts using Memory, processor, and DISK. This affords me a quick snap and a dashboard view to check for unexpected processes, processes sucking up resources, how's my system doing status without having to drag out the big guns to investigate. I do not seem to have the problems other folks are reporting (knock on wood). While fan speeds would be a nice enhancement, it's not really necessary (for me at least). Fan speeds are tied closely to system temps and I already monitor this pretty closely using bios utilities. After all, excessive heat is the enemy of performance and hardware longitivtiy.
Fantastic application. I look forward to future enhancements.
Pretty… but useless in some areas
Well crafted application, pleasantly laid out, useful information… EXCEPT the network speed. I’m on an Internet (not wi-fi) connection which Ookla states I get up to 90/85. The application has never, in 3 weeks since I bought it, over 12/8. What? I have even turned off wifi just to make sure. I have tried several speed engines, they all come in the 80’s on both upload and download.
Thus, the app may be good for many things, but fails in the network speed category I had to turn it off because it reminded me that I wasted money (the network speed feature was the one item I was really intersted in).
Developer Response ,
Ookla and some other benchmarking services show results in Mbps (bits per second), while iStatistica or downloader apps/browsers show Mb/s (bytes per second).
1 Mb/s = 8 Mbps, that's why you see 12 but not ~90. iStatistica uses Mb/s, cause its way easier to understand how much time does it take to upload 500mb file to dropbox or what time does it take to download update of known size.
- Andrey Tsarkov
- 4.1 MB
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
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