Sensei is ready for macOS Ventura
Sensei 1.5.3 Changelog
- Full official support for macOS Ventura.
- Resolved a memory leak in Sensei Monitor, causing it to use up too much memory and eventually crash.
- The Monitor subpanels now position themselves on different sides depending on available screen space.
- Added support for many new hardware models, including new battery, display and graphics cards in Apple Silicon Macs.
- Added support for more temperature sensors across many Mac models.
- Resolved issues with missing information in the Dashboard.
- Updated S.M.A.R.T drive database information to give more accurate disk health readings.
- Resolved an issue with finding a suitable disk volume in the Benchmark.
Areas of improvement
The latest update to Sensei adds full support for macOS Ventura for both the main Sensei app and the Monitor. In addition to this, it also adds support for many new temperature sensors and other hardware found in M1 and M2 Macs.
We've also resolved several issues regarding performance and stability, and further improved our hardware monitoring engine to provide more accurate information about your Mac at a minimum performance impact.
Thanks to these improvements, Sensei Monitor now has a practically zero performance impact on your Mac when running in the background, giving you instant access to realtime performance statistics in your menu bar without compromising on the speed of your Mac.
We're super excited about how well Sensei is performing on Ventura, and we can't wait to continue improving it even further from here.