System Monitor II Gadget-win7系统监视插件小工具

On 2010年11月30日, in soft, by netoearth

这玩意我就不翻译了,直接下载后添加到WIN7边栏就行了,下载地址在文章末尾

What’s the current cpu load of your PC? How much RAM is used, how much is still free? What about hard drive space? All of these questions and more are answered by System Monitor II, a gadget for Windows Vista and Windows 7 that displays system information on the computer desktop.

The gadget displays several important parameters by default after installation, including the current memory usage, the used, free and total space of all hard drives, the cpu load of every core, cpu usage and clock. Several graphs display the values in addition to numeric representations.

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Some users may want to increase the size of the gadget’s display to make it better readable, which can be helpful especially on larger displays. A click on the settings button allows that and a lot more. The size of the gadget window can be resized to every available size. The value is set as a percentage of the default value. But that’s not the only setting and option available in the eight tabs.

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From useful double-click actions to spawn the Windows task manager, to changing the display of graphs, color schemes and interface elements, and enabling additional hardware parameters like core temperatures, users who delve into the options find a lot of useful settings.

It is furthermore possible to hide specific information from the System Monitor II interface which is helpful if space is of the essence or if those values are not necessarily needed.

System Monitor II is a great gadget for Vista and Windows 7. Mainly because it combines the most important hardware information in one highly configurable interface, and because its option to launch the task manager with a double-click. That’s really helpful to check a peaking value in the task manager.

The gadget is compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows Vista and Windows 7. The project page is available at the developer’s website.

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