Does Linux have an equivalent (or better) utility like the M$ Task
I want to be able to see memory usage, which programs are running, and
what kind of resources (ram, vm, cpu, etc) each process is using, and
what my CPU usage is. Be nice if is ran in X. (I know about TOP, but
it is on the cumbersome side for me.)
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