Using AnyStatus to view processes and threads
Posted on 17 Feb 2019 by Alon Amsalem
Performance counters are used to provide information as to how well the operating system or an application is performing. The performance counter data can help determine system bottlenecks and fine-tune system and application performance. Using AnyStatus it is easy to view performance counters such as the number of processes and threads running on your system.
AnyStatus Release 1.5
Posted on 23 Dec 2017 by Alon Amsalem
AnyStatus 1.5 has been released to our website and later to Visual Studio marketplace and the Windows store. This release includes a few new features such as docking AnyStatus Desktop window, run AnyStatus Desktop when windows start, copy and paste widgets in the dashboard and more.
Dock AnyStatus window to the side of your screen
Posted on 22 Dec 2017 by AlonAm
New in AnyStatus Desktop 1.5.12! You can now dock the dashboard window to the side of your primary or secondary screen. The dashboard will automatically hide when losing focus. To bring back the dashboard window, click on the AnyStatus icon in your taskbar notification area.
AnyStatus Release 1.4
Posted on 06 Oct 2017 by AlonAm
AnyStatus 1.4 has been released with a few new features and bug fixes. In this blog post, I’ll review some of the features and changes in this release.
AnyStatus Desktop is out!
Posted on 02 Jul 2017 by AlonAm
It has been a while since I have released a new version and I’m excited to announce that AnyStatus Desktop is now signed with an official code signing certificate as part of its automated continuous integration pipeline.
AnyStatus plugins are now open source!
Posted on 22 Jun 2017 by AlonAm
This week, I have separated all plugins from the main code base and moved them to a new open-source project to enable developers improve or add new plugins to the growing library.
AnyStatus Release 1.2
Posted on 28 May 2017 by AlonAm
AnyStatus 1.2 has been released to the official Visual Studio Marketplace with a few new features and bug fixes. This release is focused around AnyStatus Desktop and the Dynamic Source Code monitor that lets you to write your own custom monitors using C# or VB.NET code.
TFS and VSTS Build Notifications
Posted on 05 May 2017 by AlonAm
AnyStatus is a lightweight Visual Studio extension and Windows application that you can use to monitor the status of your builds, releases, servers, network and remote services on the back end of your development workflow.
Posted on 21 Mar 2017 by AlonAm
Latest release of AnyStatus extension for Visual Studio includes a new feature that shows desktop motifications when the status of your CI Builds or other monitors change.
AnyStatus extension now supports Visual Studio 2017
Posted on 31 Jan 2017 by AlonAm
AnyStatus extension for Visual Studio now supports Visual Studio 2017.
Posted on 24 Jan 2017 by AlonAm
You can now view the status of your Pingdom Checks using AnyStatus extension for Visual Studio.
Most frequently used monitors in December 2016
Posted on 24 Jan 2017 by AlonAm
Based on anonymously reported usage statistics, these are the top 10 most frequently used monitors in December 2016
Configuration Change Notification
Posted on 17 Jan 2017 by AlonAm
The latest release of AnyStatus extension for Visual Studio includes a new feature that enables you to reload all settings, including monitors and color theme, when the configuration file change manually by you or by another intsance of Visual Studio.
Posted on 15 Jan 2017 by AlonAm
By default, AnyStatus displays the monitors Tree View from left to right.
Posted on 12 Jan 2017 by AlonAm
On Windows operating systems, performance counters provide information about the health of the operating system, applications, services and other components. The counter data can help determine system bottlenecks and enable you to fine-tune system and application performance.
Control Windows Services
Posted on 10 Jan 2017 by AlonAm
The latest release includes a new feature that enables controlling remote or local windows services.