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Old May 6th, 2010, 03:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default App that displays sorted processes CPU usage

I'm looking for something like the ASTRO processes manager that shows the current %CPU usage for every app running on the system. The only problem with ASTRO is that it doesn't sort by CPU usage so I have to scroll up and down looking at the % to see what is taking up CPU. A simple app that shows this information sorted by current CPU (like the top command in unix) would be great.

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SystemPanel.

EDIT: You can't sort by usage (although idle apps are kept seperate from active ones)
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OS Monitor is awesome, I use it.
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OS Monitor is awesome, I use it.
I like OS Monitor as well.

Just make sure you exit it when you're done, it does use quite a bit of CPU.
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Old May 6th, 2010, 03:27 PM   #5 (permalink)
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System tray monitor, I like that one.
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I use OS Monitor or Android System Info, however I don't remember if either sort by CPU% usage.
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I use OS Monitor or Android System Info, however I don't remember if either sort by CPU% usage.
I haven't used System Info, but I do use OS Monitor and it will sort by CPU usage (among other options).
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actually watchdog task manager lite
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