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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by AppleDApp, Jan 8, 2012.
98% or 106% depending on attachement CPU usage for dashboard? This can't be right. Please help.
Open Dashboard and see, what widgets might cause them, or even remove them one by one to pick the faulty one.
Or use the FORCE QUIT command in Activity Monitor to restart Dashborad and see if it returns.
How to attach an image to your MR post.
Your screenshot, clickable, as it is more than 800 pixel wide:
That is right. Some widgets use lots of memory and/or CPU cycles, even when not active.
I only use two widgets. I need both.
What do you need the clock widget for?
Anyway, you can remove one widget, then check Activity Monitor to see, if it is the culprit. If it is not, remove the other and repeat.
And if they aren't the culprits, you can add them back.