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Hey, 

 

Would it possible to have a list like Task Manager does where the processes / applications that are using the CPU or network would come up. EDIT: On the LCD I mean. 

 

I ask for this as I find myself noting via AIDA64 on my LCD that the CPU might be at 20% and then I wonder what might be causing it so I open task manager to find out. It would be ideal if I could have a list like that on a different page on the LCD via AIDA64 so I could quickly check what was causing the spike. A similar idea for the network would be great like what's found in the "Processes with Network Activity" tab of the Resource Monitor.

 

Many thanks. 

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Just chiming in for my 6 monthly update a bit early - no joy with this update by any chance?

So far we haven't seen strong demand for such a special feature, so we have to focus on other issues.

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On 4/27/2016 at 7:57 AM, Fiery said:

So far we haven't seen strong demand for such a special feature, so we have to focus on other issues.

I forgot a few 6 monthly reminders! 

 

But can you do it now? PLEASE! Haha. 

 

It happened again tonight, uploads spiked to 10MB and I wanted to quickly figure out what it was - but by time Task Manger open had dropped back down...

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On 1/11/2015 at 10:33 PM, 72hundred said:

Hey, 

 

Would it possible to have a list like Task Manager does where the processes / applications that are using the CPU or network would come up. EDIT: On the LCD I mean. 

 

I ask for this as I find myself noting via AIDA64 on my LCD that the CPU might be at 20% and then I wonder what might be causing it so I open task manager to find out. It would be ideal if I could have a list like that on a different page on the LCD via AIDA64 so I could quickly check what was causing the spike. A similar idea for the network would be great like what's found in the "Processes with Network Activity" tab of the Resource Monitor.

 

Many thanks. 

4 year anniversary! Yipee! 

;):D

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