After reading this CNet article I was pretty excited to have a tool that monitors my wireless network since I'm in the process of setting it up well.
Wi-fi Diagnostics is said to be in the CoreServices folder (see the CNET article) and so I fired up terminal and got this back:
$ /System/Library/CoreServices/Wi-Fi\ Diagnostics.app -bash: /System/Library/CoreServices/Wi-Fi Diagnostics.app: No such file or directory
Any ideas where my
Wi-Fi Diagnostics.app has gone off to? I'm runnning OS X 10.8.4 on MacBook Air 5,2.