AWARDED 'OUTRAGEOUSLY USEFUL MENUBAR APP' BY MACLIFE
With StatsBar, you get a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the following areas of your Mac:
1. CPU Usage
2. Memory Usage
3. Disk Usage
4. Network & Bandwidth Usage
5. Battery Power & Health (MacBooks Only)
Monitoring these stats allows you to easily keep a check on your Mac's health and performance.
Unlike many other system monitors, StatsBar is optimized to use minimal system resources in terms of CPU, memory and battery life.
• Memory Clean feature to free up used RAM
• Run the app either in menubar mode or dock mode
• Customizable hotkey support to quickly launch the app
• Program app to launch at login
• Opacity control (can toggle the transparency of the app)
• Anchor button to keep the app locked on screen and above all other programs
• Gorgeous retina graphics
• Today Widget for OS X Yosemite and above
Please email us with your suggestions and feedback via: https://support.fiplab.com
- Bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good, needs one crucial improvement
I want to see disk usage as a performance indicator, not as amount of space used. In windows 10 you can see what percentage of I/O is being used and this can be useful for identifying bottlenecks.
Very useful utility
This app packs a lot of punch in a small space. It is intuitively easy to use. The key componenent is the clean memory function, which frees memory that had been reserved but no longer is in use. This keeps OS X running much faster and more reliably. This feature alone is worth the price of admission. The other very valuable function is the network monitor, which simply displays network activity. When network activity runs high while your network usage should be minimal, you know it is time to reset your network connection. Use of StatsBar makes significant progress toward a low-aggravation Mac experience.
Connects to servers, even when your computer is asleep
I thought this was a great application, until I found using snort, that StatsBar establishes a separate IP address for your computer and then sends information from that IP address to a variety of outside server addresses -- even when the computer was asleep. I e-mailed the developer asking why StatsBar did that. Never got a response and that was over a month ago. I can think of no reason that this program would need to communicate with outside servers to calculate the memory usage and cpu usage. While a single connection might be needed to determine your WAN IP address, that doesn't explain the multiplicity of connections.
I don't trust this software and uninstalled it. The rest of the app store has now been warned.
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- FIPLAB Ltd
- 4.7 MB
- Requires macOS 10.7 or later.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.