EF System Monitor gives you a well-rounded tool that can be used to retrieve a permanent record of information on all your network computers; these records include; memory space, hard disk usage, date, time, and username.
The information becomes available automatically upon the startup of the program. When you run the EF System Monitor under Windows except for Windows 9x, you can use the advanced services provided by these Windows platforms, like process and thread surveillance, advanced I/O port monitoring, CPU times, etc.
All items are displayed in a helpful & friendly fashion, using graphical histograms and icons that suggest their functions. The EF System Monitor can not only show you the data from your local computer but can do much more. With the EF System Monitor Server (included in the package), you can collect and display the data from remote computers such as a TCP/IP network. To do so, install the EF System Monitor Server on the remote computers. Under Windows 95/98, it works as a simple program, and under Windows (except the Windows 9x), it works as a service with the same features.
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