Note: X-Statistics is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.
X-Statistics analyses certain aspects of the syslog files, where Mac OS X logs many status information of the system, and shows the information as diagram, graph or table. At the moment X-Statistics is able to show the following information (future versions will show additional information):
- Transmitted amount of data (sent, received) for PPP connections (internet)
- Amount of time being online.
- Application crashes
- Mounted volumes (CDs, DVD, Disk Images etc.)
- General system status (system running, sleeping, switched off)
In case you're looking for a new Internet Service Provider you may want to know how much data you're usually upload and download and how long you're usually online per month. Then you know if you can sign the cheaper contract which includes a certain traffic or a certain number of online hours, or if you need a more expensive one which allows more traffic or a longer online time. X-Statistics can tell you for the last months, how long you were online and how much data you've up- and downloaded.