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  1. I've searched high-and-low for a memory status workflow but found anything. I'd like a workflow to view swap memory status and page-ins/page-outs. This is a key performance indicator to me and something I check on often. A total memory status readout would be ideal (which would include Memory Used, Cache, App Memory, Wired Memory, Compressed Memory, and possibly the new Memory Pressure figure), but just swap memory is what I need most. Alternatively, how would I be able to build this myself? (screenshot from iStatMenus) PS I know that in more recent versions of OS X, memory management has been optimized and Apple now uses the concept of "Memory Pressure" to indicate RAM load, but I still look to swap status to see why my system's behaving a certain way. Correct me if I'm wrong on that.
  2. Activity Monitor ============ Miss your windows computer? Install this workflow and get Ctrl+Alt+Delete hotkey to open up Activity Monitor, similar to the windows os. Download Now Screen Shots ==========
  3. A very simple little workflow I made to automatically sample to frontmost application's process. Samples save to text files in /tmp. Useful for quickly saving a sample to send to the developer before force quitting the app. Download
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