This utility displays the current processes running on MacOS: applications, desk accessories,
background processes, etc...
Minimal requested configuration
- A PowerMacintosh or Compatible (PowerPC only).
- 800 KB of RAM dedicated to the application.
- Mac OS 7.5 or later.
To decompress the archive, use Stuffit-Expander .
To install ProcessInfo, just drag it on your local hard disk.
When ProcessInfo is running for the first time, it will create 1 file in the Preferences folder of your System
|ProcessInfo Preferences||That file contains the application preferences.
Upgrading from a release prior to the 1.2 to 1.2.1 release
You might encounter a a cosmetic bug in the new release with leaves a vertical
strip of random "garbage" down the right hand edge of the main
To solve that problem, just delete the 'ProcessInfo Preferences' Preference
file that can be found in the Preferences folder of your System
Thanks to N. Green for the report.
ProcessInfo, made by
By using this software, you understand and agree that this software is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind.
In no event shall the author be liable for any consequential, incidental, or special damages whatsoever (including, without
limitation, damages for loss of critical data, loss of profits, interruption of business and the like) arising out of the use or
inability to use this software.
Version 1.3.1 :
- Correct a bug with Desktop Application. Thanks to P. Goudreau for the
- Up-to-date with the last WhiteBox Release. The binary lost 50 K. I currently donŐt understand why, but itŐs cool.
Version 1.3 :
- Add an historic chart for CPU time usage of the selected Process.
- The Process Menu is now disabled when no Process is selected.
Version 1.2.2 :
- Correct an eventual cosmetic bug when upgrading to 1.2.1 from a relase prior to 1.2 .
- Correct a bug which gave ProcessInfo too much CPU time introduced in the 1.2.1 .
Version 1.2.1 :
- The sort choices are now saved.
- The height of the window is now saved.
- Reduction of code size.
Version 1.2 :
Older Versions history are available in the ReadMe file.
- Up-to-date with the last WhiteBox Release.
- Correction of the sort problem with the % Memory column.
- Reduction of code size using the StdCLib.
- Add a feature to get Information on the Processes File using the Finder.
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