Tanti CPU Meter is a gadget that will show on your desktop or Vista Sidebar your current CPU & RAM status by a graphic gauge. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
What's new in this version: This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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"Nice little program for Vista users."
Version: Tanti CPU Meter 1
I use this on my Vista Home Premium Hard Drive. It's not bad at all. Basically because it's simple to use and seems pretty accurate. It's a gadget so if you are like me and have the sidebar disabled at startup, just click the all programs icon for it and the sidebar opens. From there, right click on it and detach it from the sidebar, Then you can drag it to any location on your desktop. It's free, simple to use and seems accurate so whats not to like?
Having to start it manually. The publishers description claims it works on Windows XP but I'll be darned if I figure out how. I have dual hard drives in my desktop so I can use XP Pro for work. On that hard drive I had to look elsewhere.