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#1 Stats

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Stats is an application associated with the macOS and can stay in the menu bar for easy access. The software allows users to view the status of their CPU usage, and they can get information on how much the CPU is giving them the performance.

Users can view the stats directly on their desktop by adding the digital feature on the screen. The solution makes it easy for the users to view memory usage by all the programs running in the front or back-end. Users can end the task, which is utilizing more power and memory.

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#2 MiniUsage

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MiniUsage is a software that allows users to display all of the results which are related to CPU usage, amount of network flow, battery status, and much more. The software enables users to view the performance of their CPU, such as the amount of software working on it and its capacity related to uptime and downtime.

Users get a simple interface through which they can view all of their data related to the CPU. The solution allows users to know the amount of incoming and outgoing traffic in the network. They can view the download and upload speed provided by the network to the users.

#3 MenuMeters for El Capitan

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MenuMeters for El Capitan is a network, CPU, and disk monitoring tool that allows users to view their stats related to their system. The software comes with a clear interface that enables users to view the values and customize them to view.

Users can select whether they want to view the values in numerical format or graphical format. The software makes it easy for the users to know about the load on their system, and they can view the total percentage of it. Users can get various information out of the CPU meter for detailed stats of their system.

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#4 XMeters

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XMeters is a real-time system that helps users customize the toolbar to view the stats of their storage, CPU, memory, etc. The solution makes it easy for the users to keep track of their values, and they can know when their system is going down and up.

Users can place this feature right next to their clock in the taskbar for a quick glance. The solution requires .NET Framework 4.0, and if there is no built-in feature, it cannot run on the system. Users can add or remove it from the taskbar directly by clicking on it and selecting the option.