PeakHour 4.1.2 macOS
Peakhour is a beautiful display of network traffic that lives in your menu bar of Mac OS. It provides a snapshot view of their activity Internet or WiFi in real time.
Peakhour is perfect for monitoring network devices: Internet, WiFi, NAS, servers and more. Peakhour gives a visual real – time view of the amount of bandwidth of their devices are using.
Peakhour can also track the overall use of the individual (optionally on an automatic regulator menses) and can also track the Internet usage, if you are in a covered or limited monthly allotment.
Some uses for Peakhour:
- Check your Internet usage in real time.
- Help determine the optimal location of your wireless access point for maximum performance or troubleshoot slow WiFi.
- Follow the amount of data you are using Internet to make sure they do not go over your monthly allowance.
- Performance problems help solve Internet and decelerations.
- Verify that your ISP is providing the speeds you’re paying.
- Monitoring the performance of the network and connected devices NAS, servers and other network devices.
OS Version: OS X 10.9 or later
Web Site: http://peakhourapp.com
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/peakhour-4/id1241445112?mt=12
What’s New in PeakHour 4.1.2
- Added “Last 7 Days” period to the History dropdown.
- Added a shortcut button to go straight to editing the interface of an SNMP target.
- Reworked the “Target” tab in Preferences. Target Description is now at the very top (click to edit) and the overall layout has been simplified and decluttered.
- Choosing which target to monitor for Usage could sometimes have unexpected results.
- Usage Monitoring can now only be enabled if you have a working Bandwidth Monitor.
- The horizontal timescale labels now change color when switching Dark Mode on and off.
- Some minor tweaks to colors for Dark Mode.