Clarkwood Software has announced an update to their great utility, Peek-a-Boo. The new version, 1.6, adds some interface tweaks and other new abilities. According to Clarkwood Software:
Peek-a-Boo is a utility to monitor and manipulate all running processes. You can watch how much CPU time each process uses, adjust the CPU time requested by each process, and look at any piece of information available through the Process Manager.
Peek-a-Boo 1.6 offers a new Apple Event interface for programmers.
Peek-a-Boo 1.6 allows you to start typing a process name and it selects that process. This feature has been frequently requested, and weire glad to announce its availability.
Peek-a-Boo 1.6 also allows left- and right-arrow keypresses to cycle through processes in the order that theyire located in memory. This can make it easier to select specific processes when youire trying to make a contiguous range of memory available.
Several minor bugs have been fixed.
You can find more information and download links on Peek-a-Boo at the companyis Web site.