Since our reboot 2 months ago we have been working hard on our next generation performance utility for macOS, and it’s time to share some details on the project.
Project Sensei is our next-generation Mac performance utility. And it’s our most ambitious project ever. We are building on ideas that originate from our previous success with Trim Enabler, Disk Sensei and Command Center in an effort to create a brand new piece of software that will empower Mac users for many years to come.
If you are familiar with Disk Sensei, you should be excited about this release. It will be the successor to the current Disk Sensei, but at the same time a brand new app. The set of features will expand but still revolve around the same core concepts: Monitoring and Optimizing your Mac performance. We’re trying to build something that currently does not exist on the Mac platform: A comprehensive performance utility that spans across both software and hardware.
The app is designed and developed completely from scratch, using new technology we’re inventing to power new features, while also revamping returning features from other apps, such as SSD Trimming. This is a giant undertaking that will undoubtedly pay off in the long run. We want this app to be an invaluable tool to any Mac user, and continue support and enhance it far into the future.
We still have a ways to go. The current rate of progress is encouraging, but we’re not willing to rush this release. There are also some external factors such as WWDC in June and the upcoming macOS 10.15 Beta that could introduce new challenges for some of our planned features. As a result, we are looking to August 2019 as a preliminary release date.
We’re super excited about this release and can’t wait to show you more in the months to come.