MachineProfile collects key technical hardware information about your Mac that's not easily found elsewhere or by clicking through the tabs in "About this Mac…". Get that information now with MachineProfile, before you need to use it.
MachineProfile is especially valuable when reviewing system compatibility or when sharing your Mac's system information with others. MachineProfile displays the technical profile of a Mac in a single window, which can then be saved as text or PDF or emailed to others. Using MachineProfile, it's easier to find your Mac's serial number, processor speed, if you're running in 64 bit or 32 bit mode, whether you can run the next version of the Mac OS, and more.
While MachineProfile is geared for all users who want quick access to the technical aspects of their Mac, first-time users can use MachineProfile to easily learn more about their system hardware. Macintosh consultants will also find it useful for assisting Mac users with maintaining and troubleshooting their systems.
- Model Name, Identifier, when Manufactured.
- Processor Name, Model, Speed.
- Processor Cache, Bitrates, Bus Speed, Boot ROM Version.
- Firmware Version.
- Graphics Card Model.
- Mac Serial Number.
- Active Power Source.
- Active Boot OS.
- Maximum Supported OS.
- Hardware Hardware Unique Identifier.
- Plus other specifications.
- Intel-based Macs.
- Mac OS X 10.6.8 or greater, including OS X 10.9 'Mavericks'.
MachineProfile displays your Mac's technical profile information within a single window, so you don't need to click through more tabs or windows to find what you need.
MachineProfile will save your Mac's hardware profile as text or PDF, or you can easily email the information to anyone else who may be troubleshooting or providing other technical services for your Mac.