The top 10 Windows 7 desktop gadgets
by Debra Shinder | August 30, 2010, 7:12am PDT | Image 1 of 10
All CPU Meter
Note: This gallery is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog and as a PDF download.
The gadget I used to monitor my dual-core computer running Vista wasn't available in a quad-core version, so I switched to All CPU Meter. It supports up to eight cores (so I have room to grow). All CPU Meter isn't as complex as some, but the simplicity works in its favor. It monitors your memory usage as well as CPUs, and it packs a lot of information into a small space. I also like that you can change the background color to match your preferences.
All CPU Meter - Image 1 of 10
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