Mints version 1.0b10 now shows more about your Mac, including Apple Silicon models

This new version of my eclectic utility Mints adds more useful information about the Mac that it’s running on, with details for Apple Silicon as well as Intel models. Among the items now displayed are:

  • Machine name, e.g. iMac Pro
  • Version, e.g. 1.0
  • CPU, e.g. Intel(R) Xeon(R) W-2140B CPU @ 3.20GHz, 8 cores
  • Logic board ID, e.g. Mac-7BA5B2D9E42DDD94
  • Physical memory
  • PCI Devices, which normally are its ethernet adaptor, e.g. Apple AQC107-AFW
  • Accelerators, e.g. AMDRadeonX5000_AMDVega10GraphicsAccelerator
  • AHCI Disks
  • Metal graphics devices, e.g. AMD Radeon Pro Vega 56
  • Firmware version, including that of Apple Silicon Macs
  • Time and date last booted.

Mints version 1.0b10 is available from here: mints10b10
and from Downloads above, from its Product Page, and via its auto-update mechanism.