Version 2.6.3 of App Tamer improves its own efficiency, as well as addressing a few issues that have been brought up by users. When collecting and managing CPU statistics of the processes running on your Mac, App Tamer now uses two additional strategies to reduce its own processor usage. And on Apple Silicon-powered M1 Macs, its helper application (which is in charge of managing the CPU usage of other apps) schedules its work on the M1’s “efficiency cores”, which use less power than the CPU’s “performance cores”.
On top of that, several bugs and user interface issues were corrected to prevent settings for critical processes from being changed to values you really don’t want (trust me 😁), and fixing a rare issue with Amazon Photos.
The full release notes and download links are on the App Tamer Release Page.