Temperature Monitor Wiget Edition 2.1 reviewDownload
Temperature Monitor Widget Edition is the Dashboard version of its "bigger brother" Temperature Monitor.
Temperature Monitor Widget Edition is the Dashboard version of its "bigger brother" Temperature Monitor. It is recommended that you use Temperature Monitor first before using the widget edition to learn more about the sensor equipment of your computer. The applications are designed to give you access to all temperature sensor readings Mac OS X uses to monitor and cool your computer.
The widget allows you to select two of your computer's temperature sensors which should be displayed via Dashboard. The sensor readouts are displayed in a compact panel.
Unlike other widgets, Temperature Monitor is capable of processing the hardware calibration data Apple stores individually into each G5-based computer. So it displays the exact readings Mac OS X internally uses for cooling control, not just an "educated guess".
For detailed technical information about sensor discovery please see the developer's site.
Added support for the 4 new iMac series introduced in September 2006.
Added support for temperature sensors in some old hard drives which are not fully compliant with today's implementation of the S.M.A.R.T. industry standard.
By user request, the widget now additionally supports monitoring of the case security lock for all Xserve systems. The lock position is monitored by a logical status sensor, where 1 denotes the normal, locked position, and 0 the unlocked setting.
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