I frequently monitor processes on my Mac, just to check if one is not using up too much RAM or to ensure that my Mac is performing correctly. The default application that most users work with, Activity Monitor, is found under Utilities in the Applications folder.
Cadent monitorLite offers a different view on processes, displaying them in a hierarchical graph. The idea is promising and gives you an immediate overview of all processes and their structure, particularly in full screen.
We were however disappointed by the display tools, zoom and stretch, which do not really seem to actually improve your view of monitors. Clicking on one process brings up an information window, but it is generally lacking in data. We were also disappointed by the refresh function, which gives you intervals only seconds and over 10 minutes.
Cadent monitorLite certainly is a different take on process monitoring. However it feels a little too awkward to successfully replace the Activity Monitor.