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Wondering where all of the hours in the day went? Can't figure out how long it took you to write that letter to your client or how much time you spent researching a subject for a project? Do you really know how much time you spend on social sites (Facebook can be such a time suck!)? Timing tracks all of this for you in the background while you just going on about your day. It all happens automatically and you can see your activities by click on the Menu bar shortcut. It's truly impressive to see how your activities automatically divide into categories. If something isn't quite right, you can also manually change activity names.

Download mac os x sierra. You can even manually add a specific task with a start and end time if you're working off your computer, but still want to track your activity. Timing is one of the many dozens of apps you can use with the subscription-based Mac app service, or you can buy it directly from the developer's website. If you want to try before you buy, you can for a trial period first.

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You can keep track of CPU and GPU usage, how much memory you're using and how much disk space you have left, your current network upload and download activity, sensor data, and more. When you click on a status, you'll see a detailed report of that particular dataset. You can customize what items appear in the Menu bar, so if you are only concerned with your CPU usage and network upload activity, you can limit what you choose to see. If you prefer graphs to numbers, you can switch which active item is displayed. You can even reorder the stats and move them to the far left of your Apple Menu bar content.

IStat Menus was recently completely overhauled with a new version, which includes hundreds of new features and improvements, plus a revamped interface. You can get weather reports, notifications for high levels of usage, customizable menus, a Notification Center widget (!!) and a whole lot more. If you weren't already on board with iStat Menus, version 6 is where it's at.

Upgraders get a 50% discount on version 6. • $18 - Bartender 3. With all of these Menu bar widgets, things start to get out of control and your Menu bar starts to look like a hot mess. With Bartender, you can organize your widgets by hiding them within the Bartender Bar. I absolutely love this little ditty because I want to use all of my favorite Menu bar Widgets, but kinda hate how messy it looks when I'm tracking my activities, monitoring my Mac's stats, and keeping my calendar close at hand.

Clicking on the Bartender puts them all behind its menu until I need to access them. Bartender even organizes your Mac's default Menu bar widgets, like WiFi, Bluetooth, the date, and your account user name (which I've never really liked having there anyway). Bartender has been updated with a bunch of cool new features, like hotkey assignments and the ability to search your widgets. You can even customize your Menu Bar widgets to appear whenever there is an update or change currently taking place (like when you sync a file in Dropbox).