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Windows 7: Taskbar Meters Monitor Your Windows 7 Hardware in the

29 Oct 2009   #1

Windows Vista Home Premium/ Windows 7 Ultimate RTM
Taskbar Meters Monitor Your Windows 7 Hardware in the

Windows 7 only: If you're not into Windows desktop gadgets, there is another way to easily monitor your computer's CPU and RAM: Taskbar Meters puts simple, attractive resource monitors right on your Windows 7 Taskbar.

Taskbar Meters contains two programs that you can pin to your taskbar—one that monitors CPU, one that monitors RAM. Each has a colored bar that shows how much of that resource you are using, complete with color coding. In the program's preferences, you can decide how often to update the meter and what percentage of usage constitutes "yellow" and "red" colors on the taskbar. Each icon also has a jumplist that lets you easily open up Task Manager or Resource Monitor to get a more detailed report.

Taskbar Meters is a free download, Windows 7 only.



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29 Oct 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate (x86)

Good find - thanks! Working perfectly here.
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17 Nov 2009   #3

7 Pro x64

Hmmm...I've had these for awhile but clearly didn't have the updated version, where you could adjust everything. Thanks for the link!
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