CPUpower GUI is free and open-source CPU frequency tuning software for Linux. With this tool, you can change the frequency of your CPU, individually for each CPU or collectively for all CPUs at once. It also features two predefined profiles: Performance and Balanced. Additionally, it comes with command-line support.
Install Cpupower GUI on Ubuntu
Cpupower GUI is available as a native deb package file and from official Ubuntu repository.
Install Cpupower GUI via DEB:
If you want the latest version of Cpupower GUI, follow this guide. Download the latest version of Cpupower GUI in .deb file format from the provided link above and save it in your Downloads folder. Open the terminal and run below command to install it.
sudo apt install ./Downloads/cpupower-gui_1.0.0-1_all.deb
After the installation, you can run via this command.
Install Cpupower GUI via Ubuntu repositories:
In terminal run this to install Cpupower GUI. This maybe outdated version of Cpupower GUI.
sudo apt install cpupower-gui
Cpupower GUI command-line usage:
You can also run this via command-line tool like terminal. To check all usage details run this command.