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xProcess1... Always know which processes are running on your Mac. Displays a user's processes in a menubar drop down. Selecting a process will kill it. Process window shows all running process and selecting the context menu will allow searching various websites for the process if it is not easily identifiable.

What's New

Version 1.5:
  • Should be more Snow Leopard friendly
  • Fixed bug which would round memory footprint to 1GB so it now displays as MB
  • Displays CPU utilization in menubar

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Macmend.com Member IconReview+51
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I looked all over for something like this, its activity monitor in your menu bar, it simple and does the job, no facny graphics, to slick logo, just a utilitarian piece of software that does what it says on the tin.

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Version 1.5
organik Member IconReview+32
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Runs great on my MacBook Pro. Crashes constantly on my dual 2ghz G5. So, mixed feelings. Exactly what I need, but needs to uh... not crash.

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Version 1.2
stutemp1 Member IconReview+2
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Good program, does what it says, easier than launching Activity Monitor for a quick app kill. Hasn't had any weird effects on my PB G4 or MacBook pro. I really miss the re-nice feature in the old ProcessWizard program which hasn't been updated in almost 5 years and is just PPC. So I'll stick w/ProcessWizard on the G4 and use XProcess1 on the new MacBook which has plenty of CPU for my apps.

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Version 1.1
Tuishimi Member IconReview+46
Tuishimi
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It does what it says, displays the processes. You can sort them in 3 different ways, and switch between user and all processes.

What is missing, however, is dynamicism. The process display is static (in menubar), a snapshot at the time you click on it.

Aside:

I've been longing for the equivalent of the "ProcessController" written for the BeOS. That was one of the simplest, cleanest most useful process tools ever written. Menumeters is useful, but not as elegant. Someday!

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Version 1.0
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Details

Downloads 5,859
Version Downloads 1,381
Type Utilities / System
License Free
Date 29 Aug 2009
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free
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