ProcessTimer shows the architecture, CPU utilization and the percentage of real memory used by the process that has focused on the GUI. By default, “follows” the process that has focused on the GUI, the most advanced application. The default behavior can be changed through the waiting process, and ProcessTimer follow the specific process for the rest of the life of the process, whether the front application has changed.
There are many features included in ProcessTimer well as CPU utilization reports. It also has formidable screen capture capabilities. You can take a screenshot of an application of five unique ways.
– Open / activate an application
– Establish an application to open at login
– Open the preferences file (plist) of an application
– Display the information panel for an application Finder
– reveal the location of an application in Finder
– Capture a screenshot of an application of five unique ways