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    Default Taskbar Meters for Windows 7

    Incredibly simple meters that live in the Windows 7 task bar

    Three applications are included: One that shows CPU utilization, another that shows memory and the third shows disk IO.




    Taskbar Meters

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    Looks interseting thanks for the info.

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    Interesting, thank you
    "Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL)", I like it

    Are you already using Windows 7 Zen67?

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    Look nice Thanks.

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    Thanks for this it looks really interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by leofelix View Post
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    Are you already using Windows 7 Zen67?

    I'm testing... I don't know... my pc does not support xp mode so ....

    I'll see... maybe with a double boot.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by zen67 View Post
    I'm testing... I don't know... my pc does not support xp mode so ....

    I'll see... maybe with a double boot.......
    Thank you Zen67

    I've installed Windows 7 Enteprise 90 days trial from Microsoft on Virtual Machine at present, so I cannot still enjoy all Windows 7 features.
    And my CPUs do not support hardware virtualization, so I think I'll wait to buy a new computer with Windows 7 pro at least

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    seems to be useful....Thanks for sharing !!

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