XMonitor, a real-time, graphical, systems monitoring application for Mac OS X, has been updated to version 1.4.1.
The tool, developed with the REALbasic environment from
Real Software, lets you watch your CPU, RAM, disk, network usage, PPP, IP address, email, uptime and more. The interface can be reconfigured on the fly to present just the data you want. Transparency, colors, font, text size, CPU use, graphing mode and update interval can all be customized.
All four graphs can be placed in the Dock, with real-time updates. XMonitor can hide and show itself, just like the Dock itself. Up to 25 remote servers and 50 days of historical performance data can be monitored for network availability and exported for display on the Web. This includes eight separate 400X400 pixel charts, host information and remote server status.
Version 1.4.1 adds customizable notification sounds and shows the users logged in, time of login and address. It displays all network interfaces, Mac address, netmask and broadcast address. With Xmonitor 1.4.1, you can export remote hosts status to a plaintext file.
XMonitor requires Mac OS 10.1 or higher and is
available for immediate download. A shareware product, users can pay whatever price they think it’s worth.