SysMetrix 1.0 released

Friday, September 27, 2002 by Xymantix | Discussion: WinCustomize News

SysMetrix 1.0 released! SysMetrix is a skinnable clock and metering application unlike any other. It provides system metrics in a variety of interesting, useful, and cool ways. It can monitor and report on over 40 different types of statistics such as time and date, CPU usage, memory usage, network traffic, unread email, and much more! It can represent the information in many different ways, such as plain text, bar graphs, histograms, sliders, and even analog-style gauges.

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Click here to learn more about SysMetrix: http://www.xymantix.com/sysmetrix/index.html

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werewolf
Reply #21 Sunday, September 29, 2002 12:30 PM
Thanks for the new version.

At first I had a very hard time with new skins. I thought that my unzip program was broken somehow. Some of these files have 4 .ini files with the same name. I finally figured out that each .ini file corresponds to a skin version for 2, 3, or 4 drives being monitored. So I only extract the files I need into the theme folder. It took some playing around to figure that one out. If you just extract the skins into a theme folder, the duplicate files which end up getting extracted may not go together and may not produce the desired results.

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Tarkus
Reply #22 Sunday, September 29, 2002 5:43 PM
grayhaze - Yeah, I too thought that was weird that it monitors specific IP addresses instead of network connections. Fortunately, I have an almost static IP address.

werewolf - Thanks, I haven't tried installing any new themes yet, but that's a good one to keep in mind. I like the idea that authors are allowing to monitor a different number of drives.

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CheeseCow
Reply #23 Monday, September 30, 2002 5:46 AM
Oww

This reminds me of GKrellM that I use in Linux. Except that this is 10x the eye candy. Great idea, freeform skins rock!
c242
Reply #24 Tuesday, October 1, 2002 3:45 PM
@werewolf : Hmm, mine for example were zipped with subdirs included. Do You have 'include subdirs' checked in Your unzip-prog ?

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