Issue#1040182: LXer: htop Process Viewer to monitor Processes on Linux

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    htop is a process viewer based on ncurses, running on your Linux system,very similar to top.htop comes with ability to scroll up-down and horizontally as well,so it becomes easier to view the complete list of processes and commands of each processes.A specific process can be killed,searched,reniced etc.[read more]

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