Using its concise and pleasing user interface, iPulse graphically displays the inner workings of Mac OS X on the desktop or in the dock.
The entire user interface 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 displays all of the information you ask it to and does it beautifully.
Simply roll your mouse over iPulse and the program presents you with an elegant pop-up window. Inspect any and all system level data including: Memory, disk usage, CPU usage, system load, motherboard temperature, network activity and more. Get all the information you need from the info window or just watch iPulse's gauges on your desktop, the choice is yours.
Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher.
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