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TG Pro 2.19 – Control fan speeds, monitor temperatures, and find faulty sensors.

Appked/ Utilities/on 2017-04-26 06:43

TG Pro 2.19

TG Pro (Temperature Gauge Pro) is a must-have utility for every Mac user with five awesome features:

  • Check up on your Mac by viewing the current and maximum recorded temperatures for every sensor. Choose between Celsius or Fahrenheit.
  • Tune the fan speeds so that your Mac can run cooler with the manual fan control. Or have the fans spin at maximum speed with Auto Boost when a specific temperature is hit.
  • Use the status icon to quickly check all temperatures, fans and even control the speeds directly from the menu.
  • Discover faulty fans and temperature sensors with the built-in diagnostics.
  • Remotely monitor servers by having emails sent instead of local notifications.

Temperature Gauge Pro will also show a notification through the Notification Center or Growl when a temperature is hit or Auto Boost is enabled. Also, log all information to a CSV for graphing in an external app.

Supports all Macs, including the new Mac Pro 2013 model as well as all MacBook Pros (including Retina), iMacs, Mac Minis, MacBook Airs and older Mac Pros.


WHAT’S NEW

Version 2.19:

New
  • Preference for stacking the menubar icon information vertically, which allows a more compact layout
  • Registering TG Pro is now good for all users on the Mac. Only one user should have to enter the license key now
Improved
  • Hardware turned fans off message now shows for 13" 2016 MacBook Pros
  • The app will wait until a crash report has been sent or closed before continuing, allowing any crashes on app launch to be sent properly
  • Updated the UI of a few preference panes for a cleaner look
  • Hard drive temperatures are now available to show in the menubar icon
  • Option to show fan speed in the menubar icon is disabled if there are no fans
Fixed
  • Issue where some of the bad temperature sensors would show as unknown
  • Issue where it was possible that a comma would be written to the log which would mess up the CSV formatting
  • Issue where if the list of available temperature sensors changed, some of the Auto Boost rules could stop working properly
  • Issue where if the list of available temperature sensors changed, the menubar display choices would revert to back to the default
  • Updated the Paddle framework which resolves a number of potential crashes related to licensing
  • Potential crash when turning the option to check hard drive temperatures on and off
  • Potential crashes when updating the menubar icon information
  • Potential crash if there was an error writing to the log file
  • Potential crash when checking the hard drive temperatures through SMART
  • Potential crash if the chosen temperature sensor for the menubar icon was not available


REQUIREMENTS

OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor


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