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  1. DOWNLOAD (For Alfred 2) DOWNLOAD (For Alfred 3) For those that need to see/copy info from the system. Just open Alfred and type "about" To RESET the workflow type "xabout" FN+ENTER will copy the selected entry to the clipboard. SHIFT+ENTER will paste selected entry to front most app. CTRL+ENTER will take you to Apple's support website (based on your hardware). OPT+ENTER will take you to Apple's hardware specifications website (based on your hardware). January 11, 2018: Updated the 'HardwareIcons.xml' to include all new hardware found/referenced for icons of machines. This brings the hardware list up to date as of macOS 10.13.2 (17C205) This is just for Alfred 3 and the new filename is "AboutThisMac_2018.alfredworkflow", so make sure you are running the latest. This is a rather big update in terms of hardware icon support and I apologize for not doing it sooner folks! September 26, 2017: Added icon and updated script for macOS High Sierra. February 1, 2017: Added Macmini7,1 to xml for icon support. August 15, 2016: Added icon and updated script for macOS Sierra. Made a new version for Alfred 3 removing older Operating Systems to fall in line with what Alfred 3 supports. I am leaving the Alfred 2 version alone for those who still want to use it, but, it does not support macOS Sierra. June 3, 2014: Added Yosemite Icon (also updated script) for those using the Developer Previews so the System Version line shows the correct image. July 23, 2013: Added Mavericks Icon (also updated script) for those using the Developer Previews so the System Version line shows the correct image. July 9, 2013: I found an error in a line of my workflow which on most systems is a lenient one, but on some results in the Human Readable Machine in line 1 of the results to simply not show up. The error also made the links to the support site and hardware specs site not function correctly. I have corrected this line in the workflow. PLEASE NOTE: On SOME systems, and even on the current build of Mavericks, the plist file the workflow reads from is protected in a slightly different way. This means the permissions need to be changed on the plist. I have included the Terminal instructions in the 'readme' tab of the Workflow. To access this, load Alfred Preferences, Double Click on the Workflow in the left sidebar "About This Mac", and in the window that pops up, click the Readme tab ... and read! May 16, 2013: Added Model Identifier beside system name in top row. SO for MY system it now shows "iMac 27-inch, Mid 2011 (iMac12,2)" April 17, 2013 : Fixed a couple minor issues with incorrect selectors in the script. Serial number should show now, and 'GB' after memory size will show again. Added a system check for those that have multiple computers accessing one workflow folder (thanks DJay for pointing out that not everyone has only one computer). Removed randomUID generator for items, as the latest version of Alfred2 makes it possible to NOT have to specify unique IDs. SO, if you want an ordered list, please update Alfred to 2.0.3+
  2. 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.
  3. I made an alfred (v1) extension which I ported over to a workflow. It not only purges inactive memory, but also shows the amount purged, e.g. "1024 MB Purged". It's only requirement is python, which I'm pretty sure is pre-installed on macs, so there *should* be no issues in that respect. Important Note - If this workflow is not working for you: This workflow sometimes requires Xcode Command Line Tools to use the purge command. To download the tools, you can do one of the following (and only one as if you do more it can cause issues): Download Xcode from the Mac App Store and go to Preferences -> Downloads -> Components and download Command Line Tools Register for a free account at http://developer.apple.com and go to https://developer.apple.com/downloads/index.action, search for command line and download the latest version of Command Line Tools for your version of OS X If you are running OS X Snow Leopard, you can either do 1 or download the command line tools from https://github.com/downloads/kennethreitz/osx-gcc-installer/GCC-10.6.pkg, as Apple does not provide a version of Command Line Tools for OS X 10.6 on developer.apple.com You can download it at http://db.tt/mdQCdaT5 I would be really grateful for any feedback
  4. Workflow Name: Clean Ram Description: Enter "CR", and purge your RAM. Created by: Kevin Py Download
  5. Hey all, I tried finding a RAM-freeing workflow on the forums; I failed, so I made this. It uses the UNIX "purge" command to free RAM. It WILL cause your system to freeze up for a few seconds or more, depending on various factors. I don't know if this is the Apple-recommended method of freeing RAM, but it certainly helps me. Icon from tuziibanez's Professional Red icon pack on deviantART. (Insert screen shot here but can't because I'm a forum newb and can't find a way to upload content other than linking) Hope you enjoy! Download (via Dropbox)
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