Feel free to ask questions here.

I think it would make sense to explain a bit the difference between "system activity/monitor" and ksysguard and why there is this separation? --mxttie 20:12, 11 March 2010 (UTC)


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App Name116:38, 11 January 2017
Redundant paragraph111:40, 24 January 2013

On my Kubuntu 16.04 (can't figure out what KDE version it is), this app is called "KSysGuard" with the subtitle "System Monitor". Maybe in later KDE versions it got renamed to System Activity? In any case, might be good to include info about this alternate name in the article.

14:44, 11 January 2017

No. "System Activity" is actually a simplified version of KSysGuard that can be accessed using Ctrl+Esc shortcut.

16:38, 11 January 2017

Redundant paragraph

In section "What's the difference between Memory and Shared Memory?" it is mentioned that "From KDE SC 4.4, you can right-click on a process and view the Detailed Memory Information for the process to get more accurate readings, ..."

Later on, in section "How do I view more Detailed Memory Information about a process?" the same thing is described once more (From KDE SC 4.4 you will be able to select a process in the table, right click on the process, and choose Detailed memory Information, and get something like: ...)

I think that one of them (I think the fist one since the latter consists a separate section) could be removed. What do you think?

22:26, 23 January 2013

Removed. Face-smile.png

11:40, 24 January 2013

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