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Sensei – Mac performance tool 1.4.6

Last Updated on May 11, 2021 by admin

Sensei is an application for any Mac running macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or later. Designed to help you optimize, monitor and clean your Mac in order to maximize its performance. Sensei offers several features related to Hardware and Software, such as a super-easy-to-use App Uninstaller, blazing fast Disk Cleaner, Health info for your battery and storage drives, and much more.

The Next Generation Mac performance tool

Performance Dashboard
Detailed Battery Reporter
Disk Cleaner
Thermal Dashboard
Theme Support
App Uninstaller
Detailed Hardware Information
Temperature Monitor
GPU Monitor
Performance Optimized
CPU Monitor
Bespoke Design
RAM Monitor
Detailed Display Reporter
HDD/SSD S.M.A.R.T Reporter
100% Native Code
Fan Control
Detailed GPU/eGPU Reporter
SSD Trim Enabler
Accent Color Support
Disk Health Analyzer
Disk Benchmark
Battery Health Analyzer
Multiple Localizations
Disk Monitor
Dark Mode
Startup Speed Optimizer
Partition Map Explorer
GPU Firmware Exporter

What’s new in Sensei

Version 1.4.6:

  • Improved GPU device information for modern Macs.
  • Resolved issues with Display information on M1 Macs.

Compatibility: macOS 10.15 or later 64-bit

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Looking for Older Versions? Check the Archive


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Mac User
Mac User
1 day ago

Can you guys add infltr to the store?

Chicko Masa
Chicko Masa
5 days ago

On M1, thermal sensors are unavailable

2 months ago

add change log

Mac User
Mac User
2 months ago

Hey guys, just to let you know that CleanMyMac X identified the .dmg as an Open Gate Trojan virus. I’m not sure if this is a false positive, or if there’s genuinely an issue here, but I would just exercise a little bit of caution when downloading this file in particular. No issues with any other downloads from this site though, I love it!

2 months ago
Reply to  Mac User

its not a virus

Mac User
Mac User
2 months ago
Reply to  jodebiden01

Yes, you are correct. It’s not. I think it was a false positive caused by the executable installer file.

2 months ago
Reply to  Mac User

Thank you for the heads up

2 months ago

Not really, all they have done is amended it so it automatically runs as an INTEL64 app in Rosetta. I bought this and its a native M1 / Universal app.

You could do this manually with the previous version

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