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    Default System load indicator (memory, CPU, I/O) in the taskbar?

    What can I do to get a system load indicator (with memory, CPU and I/O) in the taskbar? Thanks

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    Default Re: System load indicator (memory, CPU, I/O) in the taskbar?

    IMHO the word "taskbar" points to the usage of a Desktop Environment. Thus it could be interesting to know for which Desktop Environment you are wanting this.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: System load indicator (memory, CPU, I/O) in the taskbar?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    IMHO the word "taskbar" points to the usage of a Desktop Environment. Thus it could be interesting to know for which Desktop Environment you are wanting this.
    I am using KDE.

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    Default Re: System load indicator (memory, CPU, I/O) in the taskbar?

    Quote Originally Posted by cossio View Post
    I am using KDE.
    There are some sensor applets included in Plasma5.
    Just click on the toolbox icon on the right end of the panel and then on the "+" icon (Add Widgets) to add them to the panel (via double-click in the widget explorer).

    You can also right-click on the desktop and choose "Add Widgets" there, and then drag/drop them to the panel.

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