[4:20 PM] Memory Usage Utility Coming To English Mac Market
ThinStone Technologies has brought an English translation of Toru Yamada's WafToWay 1.3 to market. WafToWay is a utility that offers a graphical representation of the user's memory usage. According to the two companies:
ThinStone Technologies and Toru Yamada today announced the release of WafToWay 1.3. WafToWay, originally written by Toru Yamada in Japanese and translated to English through ThinStone Technologies' Globalization Services, is a "process memory utility" for the Macintosh. WafToWay allows users to visualize memory allocations of various processes, and automatically or manually activate/quit running processes.
WafToWay is a utility which displays process memory usage in a color coded bar on the side of the screen. Each process is represented by a different color, and allows the user to visualize which part of memory is being occupied by which process. WafToWay also lets you quit one or all running applications, manually or automatically.
You can find more information at ThinStone's web site. WafToWay is priced at US$10 and is shareware.