EtreCheck is a simple little app to display the important details of your system configuration and allow you to copy that information to the Clipboard. EtreCheck automatically removes any personally identifiable information from the output. EtreCheck does not need super-user privileges to run. It will also never ask for your password. It is signed with my Developer ID issued by Apple so it can be installed on systems protected by Apple's Gatekeeper system.
Version 2.6.4 has following changes:
- Improves reporting of CPU usage.
- Adds to the list of known Apple signature failures.
- Attempt to provide better compatibility with 32-bit systems.
Read more about EtreCheck.
More questions? EtreCheck is an open-source project. Download the source, read it, and build EtreCheck yourself.
Important: EtreCheck is frequently recommended on internet discussion forums like Apple Support Communities. The people providing technical support on Apple Support Communities are usually not Apple employees. They are other Apple customers like yourself. Etresoft, Inc. cannot guarantee the accuracy of any suggestions you may receive on an internet discussion forum. Please review Apple‘s Use Agreement before posting an EtreCheck report on Apple Support Communities.
EtreCheck only generates a report about the status of your Mac and identifies a few obvious problems. You can avoid most common problems by following the suggestions in Etresoft’s short list of basic tips for a healty Mac. If you need futher help, you can always contact Apple Support directly or an Apple Authorized Service Provider. They can provide one-on-one assistance either in-person or via internet screen-sharing.