CleanMyMac X Menu App (Beta) - Insight into the "health" of Mac components

MacPaw's CleanMyMac X is a full-featured app for the Apple Mac. You can use the software to update and uninstall apps, remove junk data, clean up system leftovers and mail attachments, protect data and remove malware, and use many other functions. So CleanMyMac X can help you to declutter your Mac, keep things in order under macOS and, if necessary, make your Apple computer faster again. MacPaw has now added even more functions: as a beta test version, overviews of the status of storage media, processor, RAM, battery and other components can be viewed. The whole is called CleanMyMac X Menu App and can be tested immediately.

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With the new CleanMyMac X Menu app, which you can currently test as a beta, you can keep track of individual hardware components and their status via the macOS menu bar. This includes detecting malware and other threats.

With the new CleanMyMac X Menu app, which you can currently test as a beta, you can keep track of individual hardware components and their status via the macOS menu bar. This includes detecting malware and other threats.

The CleanMyMac X Menu app can do that

If you don't need CleanMyMac X at the moment or have performed the desired actions, then simply close the app. But what if you want to keep an eye on certain data and values? Then comes the new one CleanMyMac X Menu App into the game, which you as users of the software can test in the beta. You can use the macOS menu bar to call up an overview to see the status of certain components (load, temperature, etc.) and the memory usage. It also lets you keep an eye on possible malware or other detected threats, even when CleanMyMac X is closed as an app. 

You can also monitor the status and "health" of various hardware components at a glance. The hard drive, main memory (RAM), processor (CPU), battery and so on can be monitored with regard to occupancy, utilization and/or temperature. On the MacBook, e.g. B. the current state of charge, the currently counted charging cycles, the general condition as a percentage and the temperature are shown. If you want to keep an eye on the CPU usage, you can do that too. Similar to the Activity indicator from macOS, a diagram with the current and past utilization is displayed here - including the hungriest apps.

Use CleanMyMac X Menu App Beta: Here's how!

As already mentioned, the CleanMyMac X Menu app for the macOS menu bar is still in beta. It is not yet available on the Apple Mac, iMac or MacBook via regular CleanMyMac X updates. But if you are running the regular CleanMyMac X app, you can easily manually update its settings to the current one Beta version Looking for. Once the beta has been found, you can install it, try it out and give feedback - for example if you have found a bug. The new extension is compatible with macOS versions from 10.10 Cheetah to 12 Monterey. 

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