A Qt based, self-contained (AppImage) tool that mimics the functionality of Windows 10 Task Manager's performance and process tab under Linux. It enables to oversee systemwide CPU, RAM, Disk I/O and Network utilization per device and per process.
Why does the Linux world need another performance monitor?
There are a myriad of very specialised tools to monitor very specific stats in great detail. But I found none with the simplicity and compactness of windows task manager, while still providing a good overview of various system performance indicators while not being forced to stare at a terminal or eyesoring terminal graphing. For example gnome performance monitor looks nice, but lacks stats about disk I/O or traffic per network interface. Glances gives a very comprehensive overview but is hard to keep a good overview.... More Info »
How to Install?
Just download appimage from release tab, give execute permission and thats it. Should work on all Linux flavours equal or newer than Ubut 16.04. No messing with dpendencies, no install, just run. It can always be updated by clicking in the topbar "Gereral-> UpdateApp" pulling the latest version via deltaupdate using appimageupdate from Github.