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Conky 1.9.0

An Open Source and lightweight desktop system monitor (widget) for Linux-based operating systems

Dec 15th 2014, 07:55 GMT

Monitorix 3.6.0

A free and open source system monitoring tool for any Linux-based operating system

Nov 22nd 2014, 22:02 GMT

Atop 2.1

An interactive system and process monitoring program for Linux-based operating systems

Sep 8th 2014, 11:00 GMT

cpuid 2 20140123

An Open Source CLI Linux application that dumps detailed information about the CPU

Jan 24th 2014, 08:00 GMT

Lookbusy 1.4

Lookbusy is a simple application for generating synthetic load on a Linux system.

Apr 23rd 2013, 13:25 GMT

phpSysInfo 3.1.10

Displays things like Uptime, CPU, Memory, etc

Jan 19th 2013, 21:55 GMT

Performance Application Programming Interface 4.4.0

Performance Application Programming Interface is an API for a CPU performance counter.

Jul 30th 2012, 06:57 GMT

ProcMeter3 3.6

ProcMeter3 is a system monitor with multiple graphical outputs.

Jan 24th 2012, 16:09 GMT

GKrellM 2.3.5

GKrellM is a system monitor package.

Oct 8th 2010, 09:30 GMT

YourKit Java Profiler EAP 8.0 Build 4058 / 9.0 EAP Build 5030

YourKit Java Profiler is a CPU and memory profiler.

Jan 28th 2010, 05:04 GMT

sysprof 1.1.4

Sysprof is a sampling CPU profiler that uses a Linux kernel module to profile the entire system.

Dec 20th 2009, 16:35 GMT

kernbench 0.50

A CPU throughput benchmark

Dec 13th 2009, 17:12 GMT

Interbench 0.31

A benchmark application is designed to benchmark interactivity in Linux

Nov 2nd 2009, 10:34 GMT

stress 1.0.1

A tool to impose load on and stress test Unix-like systems

Oct 26th 2009, 11:31 GMT

GeoGebra 5.0.119.0

An Open Source, cross-platform dynamic mathematics software for Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, iOS
8,771
downloads
GeoGebra

Phoronix Test Suite 5.6.0 / 5.8.0 Milestone 5

The most comprehensive benchmarking and testing platform available for Linux systems
6,122
downloads
Phoronix Test Suite

Percona XtraBackup 2.2.11 / 2.3.1 Beta 1

This project provides an open source backup application for InnoDB and XtraDB storage engines
1,209
downloads
Percona XtraBackup

FileBot 4.6

The ultimate movie and TV renamer, and subtitle downloader for Linux operating systems
569
downloads
FileBot

Fotoxx 15.06

Improve digital images with this powerful and open source utility for Linux operating systems
16,538
downloads
Fotoxx

dispcalGUI 3.0.1.0

An Open Source display calibration system for Linux/UNIX powered by Argyll CMS and Python/wxWidgets
2,016
downloads
dispcalGUI

GIT 2.4.2

The world's most popular and fast version control system for Linux/UNIX systems.
11,156
downloads
GIT

Why Can't I Connect? 1.10.3

Easily resolve TCP/IP connection errors with this open source and cross-platform application
339
downloads
Why Can't I Connect?

Vivaldi 1.0.190.2 Tech Preview 3

The next-generation web browser for power users, based on the powerful Chromium project
924
downloads
Vivaldi

OpenMW 0.36.0

An attempt to re-implement the popular role playing game (RPG) Morrowind on Linux platforms
2,992
downloads
OpenMW

Qtractor 0.6.7

An Open Source audio and MIDI multi-track sequencer application for Linux systems
5,739
downloads
Qtractor

Net.Rummy 2.0

A multi-platform game based on Rummy, playable over Internet with multiple clients
194
downloads
Net.Rummy

PAC 4.5.5.4

The best Linux GUI tool for SSH, Telnet, SFTP, RDesktop, VNC, Remote-TTY, or FTP
4,816
downloads
PAC

Beyond Compare 4.0.6 Build 19729 / 4.1.0 Build 20251 Beta

A powerful and cross-platform, yet commercial application for file and folder comparison and synchronization
602
downloads
Beyond Compare

Nootka 1.0.1 / 1.1.7 RC2

A free software project that helps anyone to learn classical score notation on GNU/Linux platforms
1,038
downloads
Nootka
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TimeMon 4.1

TimeMon gives a graphical representation of where the CPU cycles are going.

Jun 18th 2008, 11:02 GMT

PowerNowd 1.00

PowerNowd is a simple client daemon for the Linux cpufreq driver using the sysfs interface.

Jan 27th 2008, 22:04 GMT

Powersave 0.14.0

Powersave project is a powersave daemon for laptops.

Mar 28th 2007, 19:35 GMT

Linux ATI CPU HDD Control Daemon 0.4.6

Linux ATI CPU HDD Control Daemon is able to reduce power consumption in a laptop by scaling back C...

Mar 29th 2006, 06:35 GMT

wmSMPmon 3.1

wmSMPmon is a Window Maker applet for monitoring the CPUs, memory, and swap of SMP systems.

Nov 8th 2005, 19:55 GMT

cpudyn 1.0.1

cpudyn controls the speed in Intel SpeedStep, Pentium 4 Mobile, AMD and any processor supported by...

Oct 12th 2005, 05:05 GMT

wmacpi_temp 1.7

wmacpi_temp is a Window Maker dock application that reads the temperature file in /proc/acpi in AC...

Oct 8th 2005, 05:05 GMT

heatload 0.3

heatload is a utility written with GTK for creating realtime graphs of the current CPU load and AC...

Oct 5th 2005, 09:05 GMT

Serverstats 0.7

Serverstats is a simple tool for creating graphs using rrdtool

Sep 30th 2005, 19:15 GMT

athcool 0.3.11

athcool is a small utility, enabling/disabling Powersaving mode for AMD Athlon/Duron processors.

Sep 28th 2005, 06:05 GMT

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EmiFreq applet 0.18

EmiFreq applet is an daemon that shows/control the CPU frequency and temperature thanks to the cpu...

Aug 2nd 2005, 19:28 GMT

GNOME CPUFreq Applet 0.3.1

GNOME CPUFreq Applet is a CPU frequency scaling monitor for GNOME Panel.

Aug 2nd 2005, 15:01 GMT

GAI Temp 0.1.0

GAI Temp is an applet that allows you to display the temperature of your harddisk and your cpu.

Aug 1st 2005, 22:37 GMT

The 64 bit Virtual CPU Project 0.0.23

The 64 bit Virtual CPU Project is a project to create 64-bit virtual CPU.

Jul 6th 2005, 18:06 GMT

nbench 2.2.2

nbench is a byte CPU benchmark.

Apr 12th 2005, 14:49 GMT

cpuburn 1.4

cpuburn is an extremely rigorous stress test for IA-compatible CPUs.

Apr 11th 2005, 16:22 GMT
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