In response to jedik (thanx for its not so bad review for my tool).
I would like to confirm that memory percentage columns works : if your computer have processes each with less than 2% of your Mac total memory, ControlePus shows same thickness for each process... it's normal : the size of the bar is propotional with the memory usage. Try to launch a memory hungry process, like Photoshop, Word, Cinema4D, and you will see than the memory bar can take a large thickness (in cpu columns too !)
To avoid the "problem", I'm actually working at displaying the memory and cpu value in text too.
A propos "gadget that shows the update (running arrows)", jedik tell that it wastes CPU. I'm not sure of that : NSProgressIndicator (the Cocoa class of the gadget) is a standard Apple gadget that you can find in every application, it doesn't spend much cpu to display a 5x5 points rectangle running. What is spending cpu, is the refresh of processes list. But even that with refresh every 5 seconds takes only 0,75% of cpu of my tangerine iMac DV 400 (which isn't known to beat all Dual-G5 benchs).
jedik said : "It would be nice if all the info of the process (like memory usage) was displayed in the bottom of the programa window, next to the process PID (text in red).".
I think its a good idea, I'm working on too. But since today, I though that it will enlarge too much the height of the window. A NSDrawer the user can hide can be the good way to solve this. This is now written in my ResteAFaire (=ToDo list).
Don't hesitate to write any problem directly to me (in french, german or english, in order of preference).
[Sorry for my english, I'm french (and proud to be :o) ]