App Tamer 2.7.6 – CPU manager for your app collection


App Tamer tames your processor-monopolizing apps and keeps them from chewing up excessive CPU time and battery life. Powered by a unique AutoStop feature, App Tamer stops each application when you switch away from it — when you return to that app, it restarts automatically!


App Tamer is built around an attractive and clear user interface, designed for managing all your running applications with minimum distraction or frustration. With helpful displays, you can monitor the average percentage of your processor(s) being used by each app, or access a graphical history or your CPU usage. Easily enable AutoStop for any application, or limit it to a certain amount of CPU time.


Don’t waste time trying to manage CPU usage on an app-by-app basis — liberate your Mac with App Tamer!



Version 2.7.6:

  • The process list can now be sorted by name, CPU or average CPU by clicking on its column headers.
  • The user interface has been modified to make it clear that “Include essential system processes” and “Show all” are buttons.
  • Fixed a bug that resulted in App Tamer not recognizing power adapter plugging and unplugging on newer MacBook models.
  • App Tamer’s helper application is listed explicitly in Ventura’s Login Items list, rather than being shown as a “St. Clair Software” item.
  • Additional settings for an app will continue to show after holding down the Option key and clicking on the app in the process list, even if you release the Option key afterwards.
  • Changed the default settings so browsers are throttled to 10% CPU usage instead of 2%. This will reduce the stuttering of audio and video when browsers are playing media in the background.
  • Added a way to display specific subprocesses in App Tamer’s process list rather than managing them as part of their parent process.
  • Resolved issues with App Tamer’s window mistakenly becoming a floating window without being dragged away from the menu bar.
  • Corrected a bug that could make it impossible to enter the amount of time to disable App Tamer after clicking on the on / off switch.
  • Eliminated a hiccup in the animation of App Tamer’s window when it appears from the menu bar.
  • Added a fix to ensure that App Tamer is not hidden when it’s launched at login time.
  • App Tamer now prevents launchd and launchservicesd from being slowed down.



  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.9 or later

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Size – 9.6MB