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(Note: The former homepage at
http://www.atpurpose.com/atMonitor/ is no longer controlled
by the original developer. It appears to exist solely to prop up some SEO for some spammy keywords
while attempting to look legit. I suggest avoiding it.)
atMonitor is the most advanced monitoring tool for Mac OS X that displays system activity in real-time. It is designed to allow quick assessment of computer’s state, but it is powerful enough to make it a core utility in anyone’s system troubleshooting toolkit.
atMonitor offers a better alternative to Apple’s own “Activity Monitor” and combines the best of the features of many other existing monitoring utilities. It also adds an extensive list of unique features of its own. In addition to the standard CPU, GPU, VRAM, FPS, Disk and Network info, atMonitor allows interaction with processes, setting up triggers, logging, purging RAM and much more.
If you see this error message on launch:
You can fix it with these commands in Terminal.app:
sudo chown root "/Applications/atMonitor.app/Contents/Resources/atMonitorHelper" sudo chgrp admin "/Applications/atMonitor.app/Contents/Resources/atMonitorHelper" sudo chmod 4755 "/Applications/atMonitor.app/Contents/Resources/atMonitorHelper"
You will most likely need to enter your admin password after the first
WARNING: If you do not know what those commands do, I would recommend against just blindly copying/pasting them because you read them on some website. Read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Setuid for some basic starter information.
If you run the command:
shasum -p -a 256 atMonitor-2.8b_2.8.zip
you should get this result:
If you get that checksum, it means (AS FAR AS I KNOW, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK) that the file has not been tampered with.