ATOMIC
ATOMIC
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ATOMIC free download for Mac

ATOMIC1.0.4

13 June 2019

An extensive system memory tester.

Overview

ATOMIC is an advanced memory tester available for Macintosh. Two years in the making, we've created an extensive RAM testing program ever made for Macintosh. Whether you're an experienced technician that works on multiple computers a day or an everyday-user wanting to troubleshoot your own machine, ATOMIC was made for you. One click of your mouse and ATOMIC will perform a comprehensive test of your system's memory. You don't even need to read the manual. More extensive test options are available for those who want to dig deeper into potential problems.

What's new in ATOMIC

Version 1.0.4:
  • Added Apple Notary Service support.
  • Fixed Dark Mode issues for macOS 10.14 ‘Mojave’ users.
  • Updated Sparkle to version 1.21.3.
  • Other minor updates and improvements.

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How would you rate ATOMIC app?

4 Reviews of ATOMIC

ylluminate
06 December 2016
Version: 1.0.2

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Could be very useful, but for what it does the price tag is a bit prohibitive. I usually use some more cost effective alternatives to verify memory for non-ECC systems.
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Dr-Sparks
14 December 2019
Version: 1.0.4
I don't understand why this app is downloadable here. It will not work without a license key. That's the trouble with MicroMat apps; No demos, no trial period, just pay, pay, and pay again.
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ShotBlocker
28 October 2019
Version: 1.0.4
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. Micromat seems intent on offering $49.99 standalone utilities that supposedly offer better functionality (according to, uh, Micromat) than what's provided in TechTool Pro. (Drive Scope is another.) Earth to Micromat: Why don't you focus on integrating the functionality of these supposedly superior utilities into TechTool Pro itself? By selling these standalone programs, you only undercut the perceived, if not actual, value of TechTool Pro. Earth to people who feel the need to test their Mac's memory: scroll down to Mcr's comment on 10 December 2016. Get yourself the FREEWARE memtest86 or memtest86+. Either one is better than "Atomic" (who came up with that silly name?) because each has a smaller footprint in RAM and can thus test more RAM. And Micromat, please stop treating your customer base as if it's a bunch of absolute SAPS. -SB
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pietz
16 December 2016
Version: 1.0.2
eww, that ui looks like it should stay on windows.
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ylluminate
06 December 2016
Version: 1.0.2
Could be very useful, but for what it does the price tag is a bit prohibitive. I usually use some more cost effective alternatives to verify memory for non-ECC systems.
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