Sysmon is a free open source GUI-based Linux system activity monitoring application for Linux. You can use it to monitor system process, CPU, memory, network, disk (HDD and SDD), and GPU details. The UI looks like Windows Task Manager. You can check the CPU details for each core clock speed. It is released under the GNU General Public License v3.0. Sysmon is still in its infancy, but looks promising.
Install Sysmon System Monitor on Ubuntu
Sysmon is now available as a Python package. Easy to install with pips. If you do not have the pip Python Package Manager, follow the links below to install it on your system. After installation, reboot the system.
How to install pipPython Package Manager on Ubuntu
Open a terminal application (ctrl + alt + t) and execute the following command in Python3.
sudo pip3 install sysmon
If you are still using Python2, use this command to install it.
sudo pip install sysmon
After installation, you can open it with this command.
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