|activity monitor gpu||0.3||1||5451||25|
|activity monitor cpu %||0.56||0.3||2593||70|
|activity monitor cpu||1.93||0.9||1479||63|
|nvidia gpu activity monitor||1.32||0.8||7798||80|
|gpu activity monitor nvidia inactive||0.11||0.2||4078||60|
|mac activity monitor cpu %||1.98||0.4||8576||33|
|mac activity monitor cpu % over 100||0.96||0.2||4526||31|
|macos activity monitor % cpu||0.45||0.6||9671||68|
The Activity Monitor is the equivalent to the Task Manager in Windows (specifically the Processes tab). In the Activity Monitor you can find information about your CPU processes, Memory usage, Energy impact, Disk stats and Network usage. Think of it as a graphical interface to the top command (and other commands you can use in your command prompt).What is the Activity Monitor on MacBook?
Activity Monitor is a utility from Apple Inc. that comes on all Macintosh computers running Mac OS X. It was previously called ProcessViewer. Activity Monitor measures how resources are being used by different processes (or applications) on a Macintosh.