Wednesday, 25 September 2013

See which apps are hogging your Mac's resources

Is your MacBook working slowly? Well, no need to worry now as you have free Mac app System Lens. This app is installed in your Mac’s menu bar and provides you the list of the apps you are running along with the amount of system resources these apps are using.

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On clicking on System Lens icon on menu bar, you will find the apps currently running with a Low, Medium, High rating. Through this rating, you can become aware of the condition of your system. One bar means usage is low, two bars for medium usage and three bars means things are going out of control. Also, you change this bar rating system to a numbered system. Furthermore, you can disable the System Lens from intermittently taking your Mac’s pulse. 
System lens aims to provide an easy way of closing any app that is using your system resources in access. From System Lens' drop-down window, click on an app and you will find an X button where its rating was before. Click X and close the app. System Lens is very efficient in closing apps instantly. With it, you can monitor as well as manage apps on your Mac. The only drawback you can notice is that it didn’t always show all the apps running on your computer. But, in terms of closing apps instantly, it is superb.

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Therefore, you can go for this to see which apps are hogging your Mac’s resources. For more from the XpertCrewTM team, please follow us on Twitter @Techvedic or contact Techvedic’s computer support helpdesk, as per below contact-details:
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