CPUMon 2.1 freeware
CPUMon is a simple little gadget to monitor CPU performance from your desktop. It displays a real-time graph of CPU performance as well as current usage indicator. The display supports custom colors, alpha-blending, user defined update rates and more. Some of the features: transparency, alpha-blending, customizable colors, layout presets, form locking, constantly updated CPU speed for mobile processors, tray icon mode, statistics, memory usage.
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||CPU activity, CPU monitor, CPU speed, CPU, monitor, speed, CPUMon, CPU Mon|
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|2.1||Apr 28, 2016||New Release||Implemented alternative CPU frequency detection using Win32_Processor WMI provider.
Replaced static tray icons with dynamically drawn icons, giving a refreshed look.
Use system defined tray icon sizes for better graphics on high-DPI systems.
Internal code cleanup.
Updated copyright information.
|2.0||Dec 16, 2013||New Release||# Updated application icon using a vectorized version;
# Updated tray icon images, cleaner and with non-transparent background;
# Combined 'CPU Explorer' and 'CPU Features' dialogs into 'CPU Information'
# Added option to show memory usage as percentage instead of MB;
# Rearranged settings by moving visual options to a new tab;
# Free version is now known as Lite and licensed version as Pro;
# Added purchase and compare editions options to the Help menu;
# Added splash logo label, shown during first 5 seconds;
# Various performance improvements;
# Added thousands separators;
# Updated donation URL;
# Removed 0 and 100 axis labels from the graph;
# Slightly wider and taller graphs for better use of the available space;
# Changed font on the graph axis labels to avoid font smoothing side effects which caused the background color to show up on the font edges;