System Monitor II 18.7 Freeware

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System Monitor II 18.7 FreewareSystem Monitor II is a very useful gadget that provides a quick overview about your system, providing a bunch of useful details directly on the desktop. Since it’s a gadget, System Monitor II can only be accessed from the desktop, but even so, it provides vital information in a much more appealing way than many other standalone utilities. System Monitor II displays memory usage, but also the used, free and total amount of memory, with detailed statistics shown right in the main window. Additionally, it displays CPU model and speed, overall and per core usage, alongside a professional-looking graph to help you keep an eye on the way the system works. What’s more impressive is the configuration screen that includes tons of options for a Windows gadget. Besides the fact that you can customize interface options such as colors, background and graph details, System Monitor II allows you to specify the CPU you wish to monitor, the refresh rate, core temperatures and memory options. Graphs can be configured as well, with multiple built-in options, so you may have to spend a while setting up both the appearance, as well as the other features of the widget. Of course, because it’s a widget, the footprint on hardware resources is minimal; it works exclusively on Windows Vista and 7, since they’re the only ones boasting a sidebar. Overall, System Monitor II is undoubtedly a must have gadget and thanks to its rich features, it’s much more useful than many stand-alone system information tools.
System Monitor II will shows you all core CPU usage (1 Core, 2 Core, 3 Core, 4 Core, 6 Core, 8 Core, 12 Core or 16 Core) and RAM (physical, page file and full, includes virtual) usage. In order to view the readings better you can choose to increase the size of the gadget. That can be helpful especially on larger displays that have a higher resolution. 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. You can customize the double-click actions in order to open 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.
Here are some key features of “System Monitor II”:
  • Move mouse over any PageFile element (except graph) for view maximum PageFile usage
  • Click on CPU vendor icon or gadget’s title for show WEI into flyout, click again – close flyout window.
  • Double click on background show Task Manager or Resource Monitor
What’s New
  • Added PC Control panel
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