By Francois Lamboley
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Be aware of the utilization of the processor you are doing at any instant with CPU Indicator 2.0!
Sitting in an unobtrusive window, in the menu bar or in the dock, a set of images shows you how much processor is being used on your machine.
CPU Indicator features:
• Possibility to show one indicator per CPU
• An indicator that can be shown in the Menu Bar, in a borderless window and/or in the Dock
• A non-intrusive window with options to set the window opacity, the window level (above or behind other windows)
• An option to make the window ignore clicks
• Customizable themes (aka. Skins). Some sample skins can be found on the official site of Frost Land
• The Dock icon of the application can be hidden
• Full Mac OS X integration
CPU Indicator is open-sourced on github. Search for "Frizlab/CPU-Indicator".
What's New in Version 2.0
• CPU Indicator can now be shown in a borderless window, in the Dock, and/or in the Menu Bar
• Option added to choose the borderless window level (above every other windows, normal window or behind other windows)
• Option to allow the borderless window not handle clicks (clicks go through the window)
• Option to allow showing one CPU Indicator per CPU in the Menu Bar
• Option to allow showing CPU Indicator in text mode or with an image in the menu bar
• Better integration with Mac OS X
• Internal code rewriting for a better and faster application
• CPU Indicator is now sandboxed