In Mac machine/laptop, there is a tool/utility called Activity Monitor that is similar with Task Manager in Windows. We can use this tool to know which processes are running and amount of Memory and CPU they are consuming.
This tool also displays the current usage of CPU (#threads, #processes, etc), System Memory (Free, Used, etc), Disk Activity (Read, Write, etc), Disk Usage (Space Free, Space Used, etc) and Network (Data Received, Data Sent, etc).
View Running Processes In Mac
- 1. Click on Finder icon on the Dock.
- 2. In the Finder window, click on Applications on the left then find Utilities folder on the right. Open that folder then click on Activity Monitor.
- 3. You get it.