htop is an interactive process viewer for Linux. It aims to be a 'better top': you can scroll the process list vertically and horizontally, and select a process to be killed with the arrow keys instead of by typing its process id.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: New features, bugfixes, and performance improvements. New features include tag-all-children ('c' key), fixes in accounting of guest time when using virtualization, performance improvements due to conditional parsing of I/O data depending on selected fields, better consistency in coloring, new pagefault stats, and OOM-killer score.
Release Notes: This version adds IO priority control, an option to update process names on every refresh, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release. It fixes the behavior of mouse selection and occasional crashes. Configuration now uses an XDG-compliant path.
Release Notes: This release features four-column CPU meters, incremental filtering, UTF-8 tree drawing, performance improvements, and assorted bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release features the ability to expand and collapse subtrees using the "+" and "-" keys, support for steal/guest CPU time measurement for virtualized environments, the ability to show custom thread names, support for cgroups, and assorted bug fixes.