Procs is a free and open source process viewer for Linux. It comes with easy to navigate interface, human-readable output format, colored highlighting output, sort, search, tree view, result updates in real-time, pager support, TCP/UDP port details, Read/Write information, docker container name and memory information. It is written in Rust and released under MIT License.
How to Install Procs on Ubuntu
Download the Procs Linux zip file from the above download link and save it on your Downloads folder. For me the downloaded file name is “procs-v0.14.0-x86_64-linux.zip“. Right click and Extract the file. Now open the extracted folder. Inside your will find procs portable executable program file. Just run it.
You can change “procs-v0.14.0-x86_64-linux” based on your folder name and path.
Install Procs via Snap:
To install the latest version of procs, run below command in the terminal application. Open the terminal using ctrl+alt+t keys and run.
sudo snap install procs