Auto-cpufreq is a free and open source automatic CPU speed and laptop power optimization software for Linux. With it, you can easily improve the battery life of your laptop. It keeps your system in good condition by monitoring your system’s CPU frequency and temperature, battery health, and system load. One of its key features is automatic CPU and power optimization in transient and persistent modes. It also supports CPU frequency scaling, governor and turbo boost management functions. It is based on python and released under the LGPL-3.0 license.
Install Automatic CPUFREQ CPU and Battery Optimizer on Ubuntu
auto-cpufreq is available as a Ubuntu snap package. You can easily install it from the terminal application. Open a terminal (ctrl + alt + t) and run this auto-cpufreq snap install command.
sudo snap install auto-cpufreq
Then enter the Ubuntu user password. To start, run this with a comma.
If you’re not a fan of snaps, you can also install from the source installer. Execute the following command.
sudo git clone https://github.com/AdnanHodzic/auto-cpufreq.git
cd auto-cpufreq && sudo ./auto-cpufreq-installer
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Optimize CPU speed and laptop power.
Use this command to monitor and suggest CPU optimization.
sudo auto-cpufreq --monitor
To monitor and make recommended CPU optimizations, run the following command:
sudo auto-cpufreq --live
If you want to install the auto-cpufreq daemon service, run this command in a terminal.
sudo auto-cpufreq --install
Remove the daemon
sudo auto-cpufreq --remove
For full usage details.
sudo auto-cpufreq --help
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