Sunday 31 March 2013

AbpMon: Dockable Toolbar Which Displays System Stats [Windows]

As an avid Windows user (or computer user in general), your system’s status is very important to you. You’ll want to know exactly why your system may be running slow, whether it be a fully utilized CPU, not enough free RAM, or if you have enough resources to open up a certain program. If there’s a process which didn’t close completely or if Windows is just being a downright hog, you should be able to see it.

AbpMon is a resizable, dockable toolbar for your Windows desktop which displays all of your system’s vital stats in real time. Among many other features, it allows you to check things such as CPU utilization, RAM usage, network traffic speeds, disk I/O rates, and total number of processor handles.

While it doesn’t seem to be as configurable where it can look as beautiful as Conky for Linux, it definitely gets the job done by running on Windows versions as old as NT 4.0.


  • Allows you to check your system’s vital stats.
  • Resizeable and dockable.
  • Runs on NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008, 7, and Server 2008 R2.

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