myResources displays the load status of the computer's basic resources (disk, CPU, memory, network) using graphs and active icons. The program is also capable of displaying resources on a merged graphic chart (SumGraph), giving you an informative and spectacular way of monitoring your computer's internal processes.
Active icons with adjustable colors provide information about the current status. Clicking on a resource icon will display the associated graph showing the values for the last 30 seconds with updates every 0.1 seconds. More Info »
Active icons are located on the system tray and their appearance can be customized. There is a special, “All in One” icon that shows the combined, instantaneous state of resources using the color of the most heavily loaded resource. It is possible to display the icon panel, which can be moved anywhere on the screen.
When you first start the machine or restart it after a Reset operation, all active icons and panels are displayed. Icon colors can be set by following the Others ? Icon Colors path. The icons can display the 0-100% range in 10 steps, and you can set the desired color scheme for each step.
SumGraph can be started from the context menu, or using the “All in One” icon. It displays the load status of the disc, CPU, and memory in a single graph for the last minute, hour, or day. A thick line displays the current average value, while a thin line displays the maximum value.
The 1 minute resolution chart also has the option of displaying network traffic. This operation can be initiated from the Network menu. The maximum value of the network graph is equal to the maximum display interval value and is automatically scaled.
In the lower part of SumGraph, the average and maximum values of the resources with 1 second resolution, the start time of the program and the data transfer rate of the network are displayed in numeric form.