macOS system monitor in your menu bar (by exelban)


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exelban/stats is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Next-gen Apple Silicon 'M2' chip reportedly enters production, included in MacBooks in second half of year - 9to5Mac | 2021-04-27
    You can use Stats to place two temperature sensor values directly into the menu bar.
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    Using this one, happy with it : | 2021-04-20
  • Just bought the bad boy 8gb , 256. I used it for what i normally would use it. Zero struggles. Although it said i was at 7gb out of 8 of ram i didn’t see anything slow down. Good change of pace from my 32gb ram pc lmao. | 2021-04-19
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  • exelban/stats | 2021-03-17
  • Temperature logging | 2021-03-11
  • Is there a way to hide the battery icon from the menu bar but still show the battery percentage? | 2021-03-10
    GitHub - exelban/stats: macOS system monitor in your menu bar
  • MacOS Development workspace 2021 | 2021-03-08
    stats: A pretty macOS system monitor in the menu bar, includes CPU, Memory, disk, network, fans.
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