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  • Excellent software - and the author is a nice guy (check out his old blogs from gobolinux too!)

  • The best real-time system behavior tool that any linux admin should be using.

  • Htop works great.

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  • Htop is good! Thanks.

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  • better top +1, htop thanks!

  • excellent app

  • This is a great tool, i use it on all my Linux systems and it was the first thing i installed on my VPS. Much better then top

  • A must use tool for every sysadmin. I use it on all of my servers

  • it is much better and more convenient than the "top"!

  • Use htop constantly. The application looks great and is very functional, an improved version of the 'top'!

  • awesome app! anyway to add current network (in/out) meter that auto adjusts between kb/mb/gb plus total for alltime/uptime/month <-- maybe? or just alltime or uptime? thats the only thing I could think of that I would also like to be able to monitor side by side :)

  • It is great and much better version of top!

  • one of the first things I install on a new machine.

  • OpenVZ support comes handy :)

  • I hate normal top.

  • I never use top .

  • This rocks, not just because it looks good (I found out about it on a screen shot) but it's featureful. Truely a better top worth installing (or compiling if there's no binary for your system).

  • Use it all the time, never use top anymore!

  • Cool stuff!

  • Great ncurses interface provides a much easier to read and use top from the command line. Shows separate processors/processor cores which is essential for modern computers. This is one of the first must-have things I install on every machine I admin.

  • Excellent!

  • useful addition to "top" and "ps" for viewing and administrating processes the memory and swap use metres are really useful for seeing what's going on in a system