Many times users wonder about its performance computer and would like to be able to take a look at his system. This ability offers them a live view of system resource usage statistics. In particular, Chromebooks have a hidden performance control panel that many users may not be aware of. Therefore, it is helpful to list some key steps that will help users find and utilize this table.
In general, performance monitoring is something that is usually associated with high technology Windows computers, but it is important and useful for users to know the performance statistics on a Chromebook as well, as it is an easy and simple process.
On your Chromebook, enter chrome: // sys-internals / in the address bar and then press it "Enter" on your keyboard.
Next appears in your Chromebook σελίδα overview “Internal system”. There are three columns for "CPU", "Memory" and "Zram". This page is updated in real time, showing you how your Chromebook works.
To delve into these columns, click on the hamburger icon menu, in the upper left corner of your Chromebook.
First, let's take a look at the "CPU" you select from the sidebar.
Its performance CPU appears in real time on a scroll bar on your Chromebook. On the left hand side, you can click on each CPU kernel to add or remove it from the graph. You are doing right click anywhere to save the current view as picture.
Subsequently, click again in the menu icon in the upper left corner and select "Memory" from the side line.
Later, you are looking for a live view of the use of memory. You can click the options in the sidebar to show them or hide them in the chart. Right click anywhere to save the current view as an image.
End, click again in the menu icon and select "Zram" from the side line.
Like other monitors, you consider using Zram in real time. Again, you can click the items in the sidebar to show them or hide them in the chart and right-click anywhere to save the image.
To return to screen view, open the menu and select "Information".