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I have a Acer Aspire One AOA 150 with Windows Xp Home. I want to monitor the voltages from the power supply, the temperature of the system, the CPU and fan speeds. Much like the functionality of GKrellM(though I haven't used this on the netbook yet) , a GTK applet designed to make an impressive panel of monitors or xsensors in Linux. Is this possible with the netbook? I want a software for Windows 7 and Windows Xp.

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This question also discusses some options that may be suitable for a netbook: – sblair Jan 4 '10 at 15:13

It's not very comprehensive, but Taskbar Meters may be of interest for Windows 7.

Moo0 SystemMonitor is an option similar to GKrellM, that should work on Windows XP and 7.

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what about Windows Xp – iceman Dec 27 '09 at 22:13

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