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You can obtain notifications of applications being launched and quit. Apple's TN2050: Observing Process Lifetimes Without Polling provides the detail. The best method for general purpose tracking is with NSWorkspace and its NSWorkspaceDidLaunchApplicationNotification and NSWorkspaceDidTerminateApplicationNotification notifications. I do not believe there ...
There's nothing wrong with that process using 800 MB of real memory. On three OS X machines I surveyed: 5 MB of shared, 825 MB private and 865 MB of real memory was typical. The virtual memory ranged between 3.0 and 4.0 GB. What's important is the overall memory pressure on the system. Here you can see that speech recognition does have one of the larger ...
Go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Calendars and uncheck the box next to the lsboxd Why this part of XCode needs access to your Calendar, is a different story.
Isboxd behaves as spyware, because it is spyware. The fact that it is part of OS X does not "explain" or justify its spyware function. It snoops for more PERSONAL info about you, the MAC user - nothing new, I hope...
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