If you think your computer performance is unsatisfactory, it may have many causes. With free Moo0 System Monitor, one can continuously monitor the computer to detect bottlenecks or failures.
Moo0 System Monitor Functionality:
The Moo0 System Monitor is a resource monitor which displays the load system of PCs. For this purpose, the tool reads continuously up to 36 parameters and presents them in an information board. Some of the monitored components include CPU , hard drives , memory, and the network traffic and the number of running threads. If some software load system excessively, it shows under the entry bottleneck highlighted in red on the area in which the problem occurs. The update interval is one second as standard and can be expanded in various stages up to five minutes. However, the tool is missing a feature with which you can record the study over a longer period of time.
Moo0 System Monitor Installation:
Just run the Setup program by double clicking on the downloaded 3.86 Mbyte installation file and follow the wizard’s instructions – that’s it. The tool is also available as a portable version on the manufacturing side.
Moo0 System Monitor Operation:
The program waives the familiar menu structure. Instead, after start of Moo0 System Monitor a vertical bar with the values of the monitored components can be seen on the screen. The bar can be changed with the mouse pointer in size and move freely on the desktop. By right-clicking the context menu variety of settings are available. This allows the number of fields displayed control to customize the layout, determine the degree of transparency and define mouse actions. On request, the tool disappears in the notification area of the taskbar.
Download Link: Moo0 System Monitor – Download
Language: English and other
Price: For personal use, free of charge. For commercial use, the manufacturer expects a donation.
System: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 , Windows 8 , Windows Server 2003
Conclusion: Moo0 System Monitor a handy tool for those who want to make an ad hoc picture of the current system workload of a computer. However, what is missing is a log function to evaluate a longer observation period later.