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Mac App Store is the simplest way to find and download apps for your Mac. To download apps from the Mac App Store, you need a Mac with OS X 10.6.6 or later. Learn More. Looking for music, movies, TV shows, and more?Where do I find active processes on my Mac?
The easiest way to view all active processes running on your Mac is to launch Activity Monitor from your Applications folder. In the default CPU tab, you can see how much processing power every process takes, ranked by the most consuming.Is there a way to shut down a process on a Mac?
To do that, click on the process first and then on the X in the Activity Monitor toolbar. The process will quit and free up the resources it was taking up. If it's a critical process, it will restart. If it's an application, it will remain shut down. Get an advanced system monitor for macOS – an improved alternative to the default program.How do I download an app on my iMac?
Click on either Get or the price to download. "Get is for free apps, the price is for paid apps. If you click on Get, the button will turn green and say Install. If you click the price, the button will change to green, and it will say Buy App. Enter your Apple ID (if you're not already signed in) and your password. The app will begin to download.