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Conky: Cool System Monitor, Clunky Setup

Open source graphic No matter how much you change your desktop background image and switch distro themes, staring at the same computer's screen day in and day out can become humdrum. Conky can be used to decorate the desktop in endless ways and provide a stream of useful system monitors in the process. Conky is a system monitor that is sometimes part of the default desktop display in Linux distros. It scans your system's hardware to match a list of possible sensors and creates a display for you to monitor on your root desktop or in its own window.

 

 

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