System Monitor 3.9.90 released!

gnome-system-monitor 3.9.90 is available for download from:


Gnome System Monitor is a GNOME process viewer and system monitor with a
nice easy-to-use interface, It has some nice features, such as a tree
view for process dependencies, icons for processes, the ability to hide
processes that you don't want to see, graphical time histories of
CPU/memory/swap usage, the ability to kill/renice processes needing root
access, as well as the standard features that you might expect from a
process viewer.

Changes this release

* Modernized UI
* Headerbar used as titlebar
* Filtering processes implemented
* Performance improvements (improved CPU usage, lower IO usage)
* Actions on multiple processes implemented
* Various fixes and code cleanups


libwnck 2.91.0
libgtop 2.28.2
gtk+ 3.9.5
gnome-icon-theme 2.31
gtkmm 3.3.18
giomm 2.27
glibmm 2.27
libxml 2.0
rsvg 2.35
systemd 38

Bugs squashed

  649398 3.0.0-1 takes ~10 sec to quit
  705210 Use a window-menu for process page
  705271 Do not repeat word "process" in context menu
  674405 Hide when maximized
  347886 End process button in bad position
  509787 Filter process list
  681405 Support Kill/End process with multiple selection
  414492 don't show swap history when computer has no swap
  524830 process list uses too much CPU
  705429 Plural forms
  705456 Uniformize usage of gsettings keys
  703240 in preferences dialog, let me double click a field to add/remove it
  705753 Use g_print instead of g_debug to print debug messages
  685946 Resizing columns in the process table should not cause excessive IO
  705970 proctable: handle selection smartly when opening context menu
  705989 Small improvements for the context menu
  705088 Make the headerbar a title bar
  611735 Memory map scrolls on each refresh
  706267 Memmaps: use system monospace font



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