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CPU

Central Processing Unit--what actually enables a computer to do things. The most well known are the Intel and AMD processors, although there are thousands of them.

Very Sleepy CPU Profiler written in C/C++

When running a process under MS-Windows, it is at times rather difficult to find a problem caused by some slowness in your code, especially when it is not expected to be slow.and you do not get any kind of feedback from your software outside of the slowness itself.

When that happens a good way to find the problem is to use a profiler. Under MS-Windows, you have quite a few choices, but in most cases I've seen rather complicated solutions. Today I was told to check in Very Sleepy which I downloaded very quickly, installed very quickly, and ran very quickly., Also it did not give me the ...

top -> top -o cpu

Hard to believe, but the FreeBSD top utility does NOT sort by CPU usage by default. I guess there is some other magic. 99.9% of all the system you run now a day will have way more processes that can be displayed in one window. This means you need to have the processes that use the most CPU at the top to see what's running and taking too much time.

Sensors

For a long time now I've been looking for a way to check out the temperature of my computer while Linux is running. I had heard about ways to do it but never actually knew how to make it work.

After quite some research, I found a tool used to show all sorts of status on your computer. The author said something about the temperature of the processors and thus I read on. I downloaded the lastest version. Compiled it and got lucky (i.e. it worked right away!). I started it and... hmmm... no temperature.

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