Displays CPU Usage Information
This extension shows cpu usage percent at a glance in the icon. Click the icon to display an infobar on sites, open a floating panel which stays in view (separate app required), and display the icon on the Chrome OS shelf (chrome://flags/#enable-panels required). Right click the icon and click options for customization.
- (2017-06-24) normand storey: awesome
- (2017-03-25) Stefan Schulz: Great, very helpful!
- (2016-02-14) Osman Vielma: Great! Simple as great can be. It offers to install other stuff, unnecessary in this case (and maybe not so great, like a floating box). Cheers! Keep on working.
- (2015-05-25) ואח אוריון: Gostei, mostra a porcentagem de carga do processador, parece uma extensão inútil mais é bom saber se tem algo consumindo esforço de mais na CPU.
- (2014-10-24) Rolando Rodriguez: Este herramineta es de uso importante, para medir y recoger la memoria
- (2019-05-24, v:11.0.4) Selden Deemer: Possible conflict with Chrome OS Version 74.0.3729.159
Daniel, since upgrading to Chrome OS Version 74.0.3729.159 yesterday, this extension is showing "Na" on the toolbar. Memory Monitor still displays memory usage. The COG app still shows a graph of processor usage. If I hover over the icon, it shows "Usage: NaN % Processors 4." This behavior persisted after uninstalling/reinstalling Processor Monitor.
- (2018-09-06, v:11.0.4) David Rees: Showing NaN all the time
Recently the icon is just showing NaN all the time. This is even when the CPU usage in Chrome is low.
- (2017-10-05, v:11.0.4) Neil J: Chrome is messing around
Hi Daniel. You wrote: > display the icon on the Chrome OS shelf (chrome://flags/#enable-panels required) I'm on Dev-channel. You probably know the flag 🏁 "enable-panels" is not available (today). Too bad. Sometimes, I'd really like to see what the CPU usage is, even if the browser isn't open. For that matter, it would seem like a fantastic breakthrough if ANY app or extension would do something on the "Bottom Shelf." I've never seen anything interesting down there. Best would be to see a "moving graph" of CPU usage on the bottom shelf. In the meantime, thanks for the readout. It's already helping plenty.
- (2017-06-07, v:11.0.4) R Oleksuk: Annoying persistent/re-triggered notifications
This is like what I post on the author's Memory Monitor extension: This app is crying out for addition of a hysteresis feature - alert us with a notification when resource crosses a set value, but DON'T KEEP alerting until resource level retreats some value beyond the alert set point. Ex: alert at 5% available (settable currently)(display and allow dismissal of notification), don't re-enable alert until CPU level gets above 15% (added feature, separately settable).
- (2015-10-22, v:11.0.4) Johannes Bischof: Acer Chromebook Nvidia Tegra K1
Wenn das Chromebook nicht unter Last ist wird die Auslastung nicht angezeigt sondern nur ein "Na". woran kann das liegen?
- (2015-02-23, v:11.0.4) Chuck Croll: Floating Panel CPU Use Display
Sometimes, CPU usage goes to 100%. The display would be more useful, if the display was sized for 3 digits - so "100%" could be distinguished from "10%".
- (2014-08-21, v:9) allan pitches: observations
hI dAniel iF this looks funny to you it is because when i use the shift key to get a capital the action takes place on the character following the one i meant it for.nOw back to what i wanted to report. when using the monitor and i run task manger there is a close correlation between your processor use amounts and the amount shown in the tm as the gpu usage and little correlation to the tm figures for browser or specific apps.iS there something i am missing/ the question mark has come out as if i had not pressed the shift key .