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Announcing iPulse 2.5

Announcing the latest update to iPulse optimized for 64-bit processes, automatic Sparkle updates & more.

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Announcing iPulse 2.1.10 for Snow Leopard

Announcing the latest update to iPulse which fixes bugs associated with Apple's Snow Leopard operating system.

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Announcing iPulse 2.1.9

Announcing the latest update to iPulse with support for temperatures on the latest Intel Macs, a dock menu & more.

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Announcing iPulse 2.1.7

The Iconfactory releases the latest free update to iPulse with support for reading temperatures on Core 2 Macs and more.

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Announcing iPulse 2.1.6

Announcing the latest free update to our OS X monitoring utility, iPulse, with additional support for Intel Macs.

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Onyx

A simple, clean and futuristic looking iPulse jacket.

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Scarab

iPulse jacket inspired by colors from ancient Egypt.

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Pulsar

Give iPulse a starry night makeover with this jacket.

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Fluff

Give iPulse a warm and fuzzy feeling with this cute jacket.

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Early Spring

Give iPulse a soft, muted look with this pastel jacket.

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What is iPulse?

iPulse is a compact and clever application that monitors the inner workings of Mac OS X like CPU usage, RAM and more.

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What are some of the things iPulse reports on?

iPulse provides info on a number of internal functions including CPU and memory usage, network activity and more.

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How does iPulse work?

iPulse collects and represents the various internal reports about the OS in a small and pleasing graphical display.

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How do I lower iPulse's CPU usage?

Adjusting the amount of CPU usage for iPulse is easy. Click here for a full description of steps to lower the CPU usage.

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How do I restore gauges to their original settings?

You can restore iPulse to its default settings by clicking the Restore Defaults button at the bottom of the prefs panel.

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