Author: Stefan Van Damme

Stefan is the tremendous developer that changed the internet web experience. And created enhanced Browser extensions, Windows and Mac applications.

Introducing the new Memory Check App for Mac

Monitor your current memory use on your personal Mac computer. That from the Apple menu bar, or from the Notification widget. That all with this useful and simple Memory Check app. Also, you can see from the detailed window the Physical Memory installed, App Memory, Wired Memory, and Compressed Memory usage.

Memory Check

The Mac application works in the background, and you will see only a static memory icon in your Apple Menu bar. However, you can customize this icon and change it to a live process bar. So if it shows you one single bar as an icon. Then you have a low memory usage. But when it is five bar, then your Mac computer is in very high memory use. And whereas use important to close some applications to keep your system optimal and running. The other option is to show the current memory usage as a percentage. And this new remarkable Mac app is available today in the App Store.

Memory Check Mac app - Monitor your current memory usage
Memory Check Mac App

Besides the application, from the notification center that you can open with a two-finger swipe from right to left. You can see this Notification widget for as a quick glance of the current memory balance.

Mac app features:

  • See your total memory use in GB and percent
  • Get the currently active, wired, compressed memory use values
  • Warn when the memory is higher than the regular use
  • Overview of your active applications in your memory
  • Optional Memory meter (static, process bar, and percentage value) in the Apple menu bar
  • Notification widget
  • Support for Dark Mode

This premium app and the high-quality app is engineered to get you the best experience in a simple and user-friendly way. Furthermore, it is one of the best nifty tools to monitor your memory usage. That for Graphic artists, Video editor, Architects, Programmers, and Scientists to know how much memory is available on his Mac computer. Try now the Memory Check Mac app!

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Introducing the new System Tools App for Mac

Want a beautiful way to get a glance off all your system settings. Control your Mac from one universal panel, with this useful and powerful System Tool app. And that includes your screen Brightness, Volume, Bluetooth, Wifi, Airdrop, and the Disturb button.

System Tools

With a single click on the System Tools icon in your Apple menu bar, you get this remarkable translucent panel. Where the background is coherent with the elements below it. Here you can toggle on the buttons to enable or disable that system item. There under, is two slider bar that you can control with a click and a scroll of your mouse. That to control your screen brightness and the volume on your Mac computer. And below this control slider bar, you see eight listed applications you can open with a single tap. Furthermore, when you connect your iPhone or iPad on your computer. You will see the devices below this panel. And this new designed Mac app is available today in the App Store.

System Tools Mac app from Stefan Van Damme
System Tools Mac App

Also, it includes a Notification widget for the Notification Center on your right side. So it provides you with a two-finger swipe from right to left this see this widget. It is not a replacement but an extra place to control your Mac computer.

Mac app features:

  • Manage your Mac controls: Bluetooth, Wifi, Airdrops, and Do Not Disturb
  • Control your volume with a click and a scroll with your mouse
  • Control your screen brightness with a click and a scroll with your mouse
  • Open your favorite application
  • On the bottom, you see your connected devices such as the iPhone
  • Notification widget
  • Support for Dark Mode

I hope you like this premium and high-quality Mac app, just as I do. Above all, enjoy this simplicity and user-friendly design to control your personal Mac computer. It is the best System Manage app that is never seen before like this. Try now the System Tool Mac app!

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