miniStat2 1.88 reviewDownload
We're pleased to introduce the latest widget in the miniStat series.
We're pleased to introduce the latest widget in the miniStat series. Our original miniStats have been downloaded more than 150, times and some have been in Apple's Top 50 for weeks. Our new miniStat2 doubles the features of previous miniStat widgets.
Now you can increase your Mac system monitoring with many new features, its numerous code optimizations, and all in a compact widget with customizable skins.
This widget shows all informations about your Mac's processor, memory, storage, sensors, network connections and battery.
Here are some key features of "miniStat2":
Six different view types - processor, memory, storage, network, sensors and battery
Really tiny size and low system resources usage
Customizable skins - make the widget look like your Mac!
Very useful desktop mode - view system statistics summary values at one time
Control widget without mouse via hot keys
Smooth animations and cool graphics
Setup preferable temperature units - °C or °F
Check your wireless mouse and keyboard batteries charge via this widget!
Color-coding for all temperature values.
Six different view sections — processor, memory, storage, network, sensors and battery
Smooth animations and cool hand-made graphics
Really tiny size and low CPU usage
22 customizable skins — make the widget look like your own Mac!
Control widget without mouse via hot-keys
Very useful "desktop" mode — summarizes all statistics on one screen
View your wireless mouse and keyboard batteries charge
Autorun Dashboard — miniStat2 can help you to start Dashboard automatically after each system login
Growl notifications will inform you about processor overheat, or low memory
Ability to change "desktop" background picture inside the widget
Several options to monitor your internet traffic usage
Very accurate AirPort signal strength values
You choose preferred temperature units — °C or°F
The smallest price withing all other similiar software titles
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