The first thing you will likely notice about xScan is the minimal interface. Upon opening xScan, you will be greeted by a simple black Toolbar down the right-hand side of your screen. That is all. This enables you to manage your Mac’s system with as little interruption to your work as possible. From the preferences, you can control which side of the screen the Toolbar appears on, and also adjust the Toolbar’s Transparency.
A powerful feature of xScan is its ability to alert you to potential problems with your system. xScan is able to detect any hardware failures on your Mac. Recent Macs have sensors integrated into the hardware that xScan uses to assess the state of your system. It can also detect the health of all connected disks and will check if there are any major issues.
* Detect the most common issues on a Mac including
all hardware failures (information from sensors included on the motherboard and fans) and all hard drives failures (information from S.M.A.R.T. status)
* Full alerts management (you can setup the level of alerts. Option to receive alerts per email)
* Monitor the behavior and temperature of processors (level of charge)
* Monitor the size of your disks (level of free space even for hidden partitions)
* Monitor the state of processes: used memory and processor level (even for background processes)
* Monitor the used bandwidth (IN and OUT)
* Detect the communication of Apps with remote servers
* Detect available wifi networks with useful technical information
* Display the main information of your computer
* Display the number of items (Apps, Fonts, Widgets, Plug-ins, Drivers, etc)
* Display a visual map of any directory (innovative chart)
* Uninstall Apps with related items
* View recent crash reports from Apps or the system
* Export a report to PDF format
* And much more !