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System monitors have all sorts of uses, from curiosity as to what puts your PC under load to finding out why your Internet connection is slowing. There are many good system monitors to choose from, and another freeware example is Moo0 System Monitor for Windows XP right through to Vista, 7 and 8. Using this tool you can keep tabs on your processor load, temperatures inside the case, memory usage, hard drive activity and overall system uptime.
The software also monitors incoming and outgoing network traffic, so you can tell at a glance if your network connection is slow due to background activity. Also included are readings for fan speed (in RPM), GPU usage and fan speed and support for 64-bit operating systems and processors. The tool can be hidden or kept in view, and also shrunk down to a more manageable size with a simple double-click.
Moo0 System Monitor also comes with a large range of skins which can be used to match the software to your desktop theme, which you can view here. The software is free for non-commercial use, which means if you’re a home user then you can use it for as long as you like without paying a thing. Businesses can choose to pay what they like (minimum $1) in the form of a donation in order to keep development alive.
Moo0 System Monitor is hosted on Download.com and Softpedia and thus has been scanned by these services and verified clean.
- Monitor CPU, GPU, memory, network and temperature readings for your PC.
- Works with Windows XP through to 8.
- Large range of skins to match your desktop.
- Free for home use, commercial users need only donate what they like.
Check out Moo0 System Monitor at Moo0.com