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I updated iStat Pro widget the other day, and now when I woke my computer up from sleep this morning, it keeps crashing no matter how many times I try to open it. Anyone else having this?
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I updated, and no problems here...yet.

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Hm...well maybe when I restart it'll work properly.
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I amazed how often new updates come out to iStatPro. It has become so annoying that I finally turned off its auto checking for updates. Seems like that might have been a smart move!

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I mainly updated it becuase it finally has the ability to read temps on the Intel Macs now.
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Ah, well that is an EXCELLENT reason to update, for sure. I love the ability to get temperature readings from mine - would really miss if it not there. Will it also give you fan speed readings from Intel Macs? For example, mine lists the speeds of all the fans in the box... all running between 499 and 515 RPM. I like to know this for no really good reason I suppose, but if they start cranking up, I would presume I am starting to overload things.

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