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I have installed htop using homebrew on an M1 Macbook Air. Below, one can see that the used memory reported by htop and Activity Monitor are different.

I am aware of other answers in this website where people recommend htop to be invoked under sudo privileges: sudo htop. In theory, this should make them both match. However, the screenshot below was taken just after having invoked it under sudo.

What am I missing?

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The two programs are simply displaying different things. One says "Mem" as an explanation and the other says "Memory Used" - they're not the same thing.

If you take values for "App Memory" and "Wired Memory" from Activity Monitor and add them up, you get the same value as the "Mem" value in htop.

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