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Stats Stats

macOS system monitor in your menu bar



You can download the latest version here. This will download a file called Stats.dmg. Open it and move the app to the application folder.


To install it using Homebrew, open the Terminal app and type:

brew install stats


Stats is supported on the released macOS version starting from macOS 10.15 (Catalina).


Stats is an application that allows you to monitor your macOS system.

  • CPU utilization
  • GPU utilization
  • Memory usage
  • Disk utilization
  • Network usage
  • Battery level
  • Fan's control
  • Sensors information (Temperature/Voltage/Power)
  • Bluetooth devices
  • Multiple time zone clock


How do you change the order of the menu bar icons?

macOS decides the order of the menu bar items not Stats - it may change after the first reboot after installing Stats.

To change the order of any menu bar icon - macOS Mojave (version 10.14) and up.

  1. Hold down ⌘ (command key).
  2. Drag the icon to the desired position on the menu bar.
  3. Release ⌘ (command key)

What if you don't see sensors (M1 macs)?

Sensors data on the first generation of M1 mac could be obtained only from HID services. It's disabled by default because it consumes a lot of CPU and energy. You can enable it in the Sensors module settings with the option HID sensors.

It's only valid for M1 Apple Silicon macs. If you don't see sensors on another mac, please open an issue for that.

How to show the CPU frequency?

The CPU frequency is available only on Intel-based macs. You need to have installed Intel Power Gadget (IPG) for that. It allows receiving the CPU frequency from the IPG driver. There is no way to obtain a CPU frequency on Apple silicon macs.

How to reduce energy impact or CPU usage of Stats?

Stats tries to be efficient as it's possible. But reading some data periodically is not a cheap task. Each module has its own "price". So, if you want to reduce energy impact from the Stats you need to disable some Stats modules. The most inefficient modules are Sensors and Bluetooth. Disabling these modules could reduce CPU usage and power efficiency by up to 50% in some cases.

Why my issue was closed without any response?

Most probably because it's a duplicated issue and there is an answer to the question, report, or proposition. Please use a search by closed issues to get an answer. So, if your issue was closed without any response, most probably it already has a response.

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