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Get Alert When There is High CPU Usage in Windows

Some applications or virus activities in your PC sometimes eats-up more CPU resources. High CPU usage slows down all background processes and your PC turns into unresponsive at times. So the question is, how do you get to know when there is a high CPU usage and what programs are causing this high CPU consumption?
Of course you can view your CPU resources just by going to task manager in Windows (Ctrl+ALT+Del), but here is a free tool called Resload Notifier to monitor your running processes and get alerted whenever their CPU usage reaches a specific value.

You can set minimum or maximum CPU usage in percentage and can select what will happen to the application after the warning is shown - either bring it to front or close it.


Resload Notifier is quite useful, especially for laptop users, to limit the CPU usage to save the battery life.

Features of Resload Notifier:
  1. Get total CPU usage
  2. Set notifications according to total cpu usage or usage of certain process
  3. Show/Kill process after warning
  4. Set notification method (Message box / tray notification / less annoying message
  5. Delayed Warnings
  6. Automatically set warnings
  7. Choose between default or custom warning messages
Interested readers can download Resload Notifier free at source here.

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