iStat Menus lets you monitor your system right from the menubar. Included are 8 menu extras that let you monitor every aspect of your system.
- CPU — Monitor cpu usage. 7 display modes, multiple core support.
- Memory — Monitor memory usage. 4 display modes, page ins/outs and swap usage display.
- Disks — Monitor disk usage and activity. 6 display modes, ability to hide disks you dont want to see.
- Network — Monitor current and total bandwidth, peak bandwidth, IP addresses, and the ability to hide network connections you don’t want to see.
- Temps — Monitor the temperature of your Mac. 2 display modes, ability to hide sensors you don’t want to see.
- Fans — Monitor the fan speeds in your Mac. 2 display modes, ability to hide sensors you don’t want to see.
- Bluetooth — Control bluetooth status plus monitor the battery level of your Apple wireless keyboard or mouse.
- Date & Time — Date and time in your menubar. World clock display lets you see the time in multiple locations around the world.
- Additional sensors for some Macs
- Ability to search for states when adding world clocks
- A new single letter day token to date formatters that uses the MTWRFSU format
- Separate Order tab for controlling menu item order in OS X 10.11
- Informational tooltips to clock format tokens
- Reduced CPU usage
- Reduced memory usage
- Support for macOS 10.12 Sierra
- GPU monitoring on macOS 10.11+
- UPS support
- Support for late 2015 iMacs
- Support for 2016 MacBook
- Some sensor names
- Portuguese, French and Italian localisations
- An issue where the time item may not detect automatic timezone changes correctly
- An issue with network interfaces sometimes being incorrectly showing as inactive
- An issue where some GPUs may not have been shown on Mac Pros
- An issue with bandwidth in the menubar with virtual interfaces
- An issue with calendar event and reminder access on macOS 10.11
- An issue with the combined dropdown when changing dropdown skins
- An issue with disk space not being reported for some disks
- An issue with the CPU cores submenu not updating
- An issue with S.M.A.R.T. hard drive temps not showing for some drives
- An issue with sorting network processes by upload
- A memory leak on some systems
OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor