I’ve talked in the past about process control from the command line, and decided today to approach it from a GUI perspective.
For anyone who does not want to mess with the command line O_O there is a method available to manage processes from KDE’s graphical user interface quite easily.
It’s called System Monitor.
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In my never-ending pursuit of command-line-related tricks, I tend to gloss over the GUI.
That is a mistake that I tend to begin remedying today, with the introduction of Krunner.
By introduction, I don’t mean to say that Krunner is new, but that’s it new to me.
And by that, I don’t mean to imply that I’ve never heard of or seen it before — because I have — but that I never actually paid it any mind.
On a whim, I began to research what exactly it can do.
It has my attention now.
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