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htop - Monitor Linux System


htop - monitor Linux system processes.

It is a text-mode application (for console or X terminals) and requires ncurses.

htop is an interactive top replacement that runs in the terminal.

htop is an easy to understand monitor of system processes, running in a terminal window on your Debian Linux system, like the usage of CPU, Memory, Swap and so on.

License: GNU/GPL

Version: 2.2.0

htop - monitor Linux system processes.

You can use your up and down arrow keys to select a process and if you like just press F9 to kill a process.

The F7 and F8 keys can be used to change priorities, of course you need to be logged in as "root", to do so.

How to install:

sudo apt-get install htop

Press Enter.

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