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|A component of OS X|
Activity Monitor on Mac OS X v10.9
|Included with||OS X 10.3 and later|
Not to be confused with Activity tracker.
- Quitting or "killing" a computer process
- Viewing the computer's CPU load
- Checking the amount of random access memory in use or swapped out
- Checking the amount of hard disk read-ins and write-outs
- Checking the capacity of storage devices
- Monitoring the computer's network usage
- Inspecting running computer processes
- Viewing a process identifier number
- Viewing information about a particular process
- "Using Activity Monitor to read System Memory and determine how much RAM is being used". Apple. February 21, 2012. Retrieved April 17, 2012.
- Chung, Jackson (September 10, 2008). "Macnifying OS X: Learning To Utilize Activity Monitor on Mac". MakeUseOf. MakeUseOf. Retrieved April 17, 2012.
- Brad Miser (2004). Special Edition Using Mac OS X, V10.3 Panther. Que Publishing. p. 926. ISBN 978-0-7897-3075-6.
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