System Panel

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  1. SpykeZ

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    It was updated recently yet again and I think it's nearing prefection. The apps now have a bar next to them that show what amount of cpu time it's using real time instead of showing it in seconds which didn't give you an idea what's using what.


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    I'd agree. Although it incorporates a task killer, that's not its primary value. Rather it provides a window into the operation of the phone that I haven't found anywhere else.
     
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    Absolutely love it. Great UI that provides a lot of details.
     
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    Ya I rarely use the task killer, only when I forgot to shut down a game or something that's acting a bit wonky. I'm a huge fan of everything else it does though and I'll buy it the day it goes out of beta.

    I just sent him a feature request to be able to display things we choose in the notifcation bar like battery temps. I had to install a lame battery app in order to get the temps which was pointless cause system panel is capable of such..it's just not a quick feature to get to.
     
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