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I'd like to be able to see my memory usage as a pie chart in my mac's dock.

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Here's the solution I found! Open the application, "Activity Monitor." In the dock, right-click its icon and under "Dock Icon" click "Show Memory Usage." In the icon's "Options" menu, click "Keep In Dock." – Rose Perrone Dec 6 '11 at 20:23
    
Please add a proper answer so that you can accept it and mark the question as closed. – user3463 Dec 7 '11 at 1:21
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Open the application, "Activity Monitor." In the dock, right-click its icon and under "Dock Icon" click "Show Memory Usage." In the icon's "Options" menu, click "Keep In Dock."

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Don't you want to comment on your answer to your question to make things clearer for you? :) – Carsten Dec 6 '11 at 19:27

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