Monitor System Resources and Processes with Resources Application

Resources is a free and open source system monitor application for Linux. Using , you can monitor CPU, memory, GPU, network interfaces, storage devices. You can also set the refresh speed, choose between decimal and binary data units and Celsius, kelvin, Fahrenheit temperature units. Some other useful feature is controlling your running processes and applications. It is written in Rust and released under GNU General Public License v3.0. It is a simple and modern system resources application.


How to Install Resources on Ubuntu

To install Resources app on your Linux system, run below Resources flatpa install command in your terminal application (ctrl+alt+t). It will install the latest Resources app on your system/

flatpak install flathub net.nokyan.Resources

If you don’t have flatpak and flathub on your system, then first them and restart it after the system. You can follow below commands.

sudo apt install flatpak
flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub

You can open the Resources app using the Show Apps Ubuntu dock menu or via the below command in the terminal.

flatpak run net.nokyan.Resources

Resources app list

And uninstall it using below commands.

flatpak uninstall net.nokyan.Resources


sudo flatpak uninstall net.nokyan.Resources

Resources drive monitor


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