Sysmon is a free and open source GUI based Linux system activity monitor application for Linux. Using this you can monitor your system processes, CPU, Memory, Network, Disks (HDD and SDD) and GPU details. The UI more look like the Windows Task manager. You can check CPU details per core clock speed. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0. Sysmon is still in early development stage but looking promising.
Install Sysmon System Monitor on Ubuntu
Currently Sysmon is available as python package. You can easily install it via pip. Follow below link to install pip Python Package Manager on your system, if you don’t have it. After the installation restart your system.
Open your terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below command for Python 3.
sudo pip3 install sysmon
If you are still using Python 2, then use this command to install it.
sudo pip install sysmon
After the installation you can open it via this command.