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Monitor CPU/GPU/Network usage tool

Michael - N5TGL
Michael - N5TGL Member ✭✭
edited March 2017 in New Ideas
I've been using these desktop widgets for years to monitor what my computer's up to...and because they look pretty cool.  It's pretty easy to tell how much your CPU usage is, but it's harder to see how hard your GPU is working.  These widgets monitor all of this, and do it in style:

They not only show current usage, but also have a nice scrolling trend graph to show what's happening over time.  They're windows 7 gadgets and you can get them at addgadget.com (no affliation, just a happy user for years)


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