Memory Diag
Memory Diag
2.4.7

3.8

Memory Diag free download for Mac

Memory Diag

2.4.7
02 September 2019

Monitor, optimize, and diagnose memory usage.

Overview

Memory Diag helps you to easily monitor and optimize your memory usage and quickly access detailed memory information and diagnosis from your menu bar.

Memory Diag Features:
  • Based on the new memory concepts of OS X 10.9 Mavericks
  • Memory pressure meter and notifications
  • List of apps with significant memory usage
  • Customizable themes
  • Dynamic menu bar icon
  • and a lot more

What's new in Memory Diag

Version 2.4.7:
  • Several bugs fixed

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5 Memory Diag Reviews

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Derekcurrie
15 February 2019

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The actual name of this app is 'Memory Cleaner', as found at the Apple Mac App Store. I have no idea why it's wrong here at MU. What's annoying about this app is: A) It pushes ad popups on the user, B) It phones home user data to Google Analytics. ? Homey don't do that. -> Note that this is one of FOUR apps specifically named 'Memory Cleaner', which of course causes utter confusion. -> I have this particular 'Memory Cleaner' installed, but I don't use it. Instead, I still use Rocky Sand Studio's previous free app, no nags or phoning home, named 'Free Memory'. It still works perfectly on Mojave. It was discontinued in favor of 'Memory Cleaner' for reasons listed above.
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Version 2.4.5
RogerKatz
28 May 2019
What's the name?? The MacUpdate listing says it is "Cleaner for Memory ... (was 'Memory Diag')", as opposed to the "Whats's New comment that says "Version 2.4.6 App name has changed to Memory Diag"
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Version 2.4.6
1 answer(s)
Vitalii@macudate.com
Vitalii@macudate.com
28 May 2019
Thank you for your sharp eye.
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Derekcurrie
15 February 2019
The actual name of this app is 'Memory Cleaner', as found at the Apple Mac App Store. I have no idea why it's wrong here at MU. What's annoying about this app is: A) It pushes ad popups on the user, B) It phones home user data to Google Analytics. ? Homey don't do that. -> Note that this is one of FOUR apps specifically named 'Memory Cleaner', which of course causes utter confusion. -> I have this particular 'Memory Cleaner' installed, but I don't use it. Instead, I still use Rocky Sand Studio's previous free app, no nags or phoning home, named 'Free Memory'. It still works perfectly on Mojave. It was discontinued in favor of 'Memory Cleaner' for reasons listed above.
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Version 2.4.5
Perfakir
27 April 2015
Another app is already using this name http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/21449/memory-monitor
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Version 2.1
1 answer(s)
John-Sawyer-CJS
John-Sawyer-CJS
05 March 2016
Though that app's last version was Aug 2006. The developers of the app on this page either didn't know, or figured the name had effectively lapsed back into availability.
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Wts
22 December 2014
Installed and running albeit not sure what it proves. When ever my desktop iMac (2 core) with 12 GB RAM goes/acts extremely sluggish i simply restart. Also it is my understanding the Yosemite has built in memory optimizations that more or less scoffs at this types of memory monitors.
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Version 1.1
Nontroppo
06 March 2014
Yay, from the makers of previous snake oil memory optimiser, comes the same thing with prettier graphics... To quote an older comment of mine: "Countless highly trained computer science engineers have built the virtual memory system across multiple OSes in this way. Do you really think a single line command or some two-bit app developer somehow can do something the most highly skilled (and in Apples case probably richly paid) CS engineers have failed to understand for years? Again, read The Memory Optimization Hoax by sysinternal engineer Mark Russinovitch (Windows VM is largely similar). " Rocky sand studio, nor anyone else have ever made a reliable test case to show these optimisers do anything but damage performance objectively...
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Nontroppo
Nontroppo
06 March 2014
Hm, according to their website their "optimisation" is still indiscriminately purging all caches, therefore still as useless in Mavericks as any other app of this type. Now if they could come up with a selective purge, that would be something!
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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