Archive for March 29th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Memory Diag from Rocky Sand Studio is a memory monitoring utility for the Mac that brings back some of the pre-OS X Mavericks memory graphing functions. In addition, Memory Diag is 100-percent compatible with OS Mavericks, and knows how to display and manage memory pressure.


Image courtesy of Rocky Sand Studio

Memory Diag installs itself as a menu bar item. A quick click of its menu bar icon will display a graphical representation of how your Mac’s memory is currently being used. Memory Diag tracks memory used for the file cache, wired memory, compressed memory, application memory, and memory pressure. It also provides a list of apps that are using the most memory at the current point in time.

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