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StatsCenter is a fantastic and comprehensive tool for your Mac that lets you monitor real time system statistics. The app runs as a widget under the Today view tab of your Mac’s Notification Center.
With StatsCenter, you get real time system stats (with full Retina support) for the following wide array of modules:
System Performance - User and System Performance, displayed as percentages in a moving line graph
Disk Usage - Total Disk Usage levels and how much space is free on your system
Memory Usage - Color coded graphical display of App Memory, Wired, Compressed, Used, File Cache and Total Memory
Network Activity - External IP, Local IP and Network In/Out information
Battery Stats - Current Charge Level, Battery Age, Battery Health, Cycles Run, Current and Original Max Levels
The app allows you to reorder the modules in any order you wish, and you can also choose to toggle on/off any of the modules that you desire to your preferences.
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- Bug fixes
- Support for macOS Sierra
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not worth the it or the effort - UPDATE
Not sure why I purchased this… price was nice, but all I did was give away my money.
Why do I rate this way - simple does nothing…. period. Click on the StatCenter app and all it does is open a window with the Module Configuration, Help, and About (trying to sell more items). Try to configure per Help - nothing, nada. All you can do is click on CPU, Memory, Disk Info and Network boxes and nothing more.
What you see in the email, Apple Store, etc. is NOT what you get - at least I DID NOT get it. Seems all I paid for was a pop window that does adsolutely nothing.
I would give a “Zero” star if that was available.
Being that this was purchased via the Apple Store, who know if and how to get money back with ease.
CORRECTION TO THE ABOVE
I did finally understand and get the app to display. It is the task list button at the stop the the actual screen display that show the pop out panel with news, weather, stock, etc. and NOT the task buttom is the applicaiton window. Usually click on an applicaiton and expect is to execute rather than just give me an info window that (to see) is not really clear - i.e. a picture is worth a thousand words.
Essential wonderful tool!
Now I have an accurate idea where my memory stands. When I am getting tight this app lets me know simply and powerfully! I have only one wish and that is I would like to see this app also to tell you what is the pig app that is draining your resources. Hopefully it will happen in the future.
StatsCenter really is great
I’ve been a Memory Clean user for more than two years now, and it’s been great. As a power-memory user who commonly has only a couple gig free out of my 16Gb, it’s been very helpful and has been periodically updated. That gave me the confidence to try StatsCenter. I just recently installed El Capitan, and loaded StatsCenter today. When they say comprehensive stats, they are not exaggerating. It is obviously an extensively designed app, intended to be very helpful and comprehensive. No issues so far. Kudos to their design team!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.