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iPulse is a compact and clever application that monitors the inner workings of Mac OS X like CPU usage, RAM and more.
iPulse provides info on a number of internal functions including CPU and memory usage, network activity and more.
No, iPulse is a Cocoa application that is specifically designed to function in tandem only with Apple's Mac OS X.
iPulse collects and represents the various internal reports about the OS in a small and pleasing graphical display.
Adjusting the amount of CPU usage for iPulse is easy. Click here for a full description of steps to lower the CPU usage.
Hover your mouse over the gauge you would like to learn more about and an information window will appear.
You can restore iPulse to its default settings by clicking the Restore Defaults button at the bottom of the prefs panel.
It appears to be a bug in the 10.2.3 software update. A manual fix is possible from the Terminal window. More...
Simply go to the Window section of the preference panel and adjust iPulse's settings to always be in the front.
Go to the Window preferences and turn off the "Show all gauges and text in a floating window" option.
To configure iPulse to display itself only on the Mac OS desktop, please refer to the internal Help documentation.
You can change gauge color by adjusting various prefs, or download the jacket creation kit for greater visual control.
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