Allows control of fans in Apple computers in Windows and monitoring of temperatures. All Intel Macs supported + any conflicting programs are automatically closed and reopened. Project is no longer being actively developed. See forum for alternatives.


  • Controls fans and monitors temperature sensors in Intel based Apple computers
  • Does not require BootCamp drivers installed
  • 64-bit and 32-bit compatible
  • Tested on Vista x32 MBP
  • If you have not used the command prompt before, look at the How do I use MacFan? thread in Open Discussion

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Follow Mac/SMC Fan Control for Windows (+ Temp)

Mac/SMC Fan Control for Windows (+ Temp) Web Site

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  • The app is buggy and outdated. Moreover it doesn't have UI. Do yourself a favor and use free "Macs Fan Control" app (google for it), it supports all apple hardware on Windows and also Mac.

  • Excellent job !!! Good try... I love this app. Bypassed me from many troubles... I had many BSODs (randomly) and I had no idea what was going on... My configuration is a system of an Apple iMac "Core i5" 2.66 27-Inch (Late 2009), with the following identifiers: Late 2009 - MB953LL/A - iMac11,1. - This is a known toaster sytem... I mostly operating this system under Bootcamp partition, wearing Windows 7, Ultimate - 64bit (many applications under Windows platform). I had NO FANS at all. Take a look at the temperatures I had before running MacFan: (Fan #0 (ODD) was running at 1010 rpm) << after MacFan 3000 (Fan #1 ( HDD) was running at 1095 rpm) !!! << after MacFan 4000 (Fan #2 (CPU) was running at 935 rpm.) !!! << after MacFan 2000 So, I fixed it with this wonderful app. Thanks again to the team of developers.

  • Great stuff.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • gracias

  • Fast and simple.

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