How do I see a list of all running processes/tasks on macOS/OS X?
You can use
top -o mem inside terminal, to see running processes
The app /Applications/Utilities/Activity Monitor is what you're looking for. If you use the command line in Terminal, the
top command is useful too. In Terminal, type
man top to see the various options. Activity Monitor shows you a wealth of information about each process.
To see the process names just by themselves with quotes and new lines, try this in Terminal:
ps axc | sed "s/.*:..... /\"/" | sed s/$/\"/
You can use
top -o cpu
top -o rsize
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Okay, look what I found:
You can use - Dock - Launch Menu (Just press Command + Option + ESC) - Install special app for that (e.g. Activity Monitor) - Look using terminal - Or use console commands
and that is not the full list! I founded all these methods here: https://osxtips.net/view-processes-mac/
Ofc, you can watch by yourself for more using google, bing, etc. C: