Cocoa-based utility for diagnosis, repair and maintenance. Tests hardware, repairs directory structures, improves computer performance and creates a bootable OS X emergency partition (eDrive) without formatting, which can be accessed if problems with the actual boot partition occur. Manufacturer's web site currently unavailable.
Uses available processor capacity to search for unknown Mersenne primes; receives its tasks from the PrimeNet server with which it exchanges small amounts of data (hundreds of bytes a week); does not require a continuous internet connection; can also be used to run stability tests, for example on over-clocked Intel processors.
Creates and runs virtual operating systems on computers with an x86 architecture, including Windows NT, 2000, 2003 and Vista, as well as various Linux kernels and OpenBSD. Fast and secure download from The H
Multi-system benchmark tool that tests the CPU and RAM while processes are running. Supports multi-threading and 64-bit operating systems. Benchmarks can also be compared with other Geekbench users via the manufacturer’s web site. It’s especially suitable for comparing the performance of computers on which several operating systems are installed.
Horizontal and vertical screen rulers that can be used at the same time or independently. Displays a range of units such as pixels, inches or centimetres. Has individual shortcuts for many ruler functions.
Analyses the S.M.A.R.T status of hard drives and displays the status in the menu bar. Warns of problems by email and warning dialogue or by automatically executing an application. Supports ATA, SATA and eSATA drives.
Aims to repair damaged directories and other damaged items found on the hard drive, not by repairing the damaged directory itself, but by creating a new directory using all of the data found in the damaged directory.
Updates Java software on Mac PCs. As well as the Java SE 6 for Mac OS X 10.6 update, other versions of Java are also available on Apple’s software download site, including updates for older versions of Mac OS X.
Various tools for configuring, monitoring and managing Wi-Fi networks. Includes the gadgets/widgets: Wi-Fi Inspector (27 MB) and Wi-Fi Monitor. The gadgets (5 MB, Windows Vista and 7) or Yahoo widgets (6 MB, Windows XP and Mac OS X) can be executed directly on the desktop and display the real time status of all network connections.