Have you ever faced a situation where you have waited for a program to complete and had the feeling the program may have crashed? Wouldn't it be nice if you could always see if your CPU is really working? Well, you could have the task manager window in front, but how about a CPU usage program that doesn't waste valuable screen space?
CPU Usage System Service is a free tool that displays the cpu load as a tray icon image. It's very easy to use and utilizes minimal resources. Because CPUUsage is an interactive system service it's only compatible with Windows 2000, 2003 and XP. If you want CPU Usage in Tray Icons on Windows Vista and Windows 7, please try Cacheman instead.
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