SysResources Manager : Monitor CPU, RAM and Hard Drives

When you run a graphics processing application or play a high resolution video on your Windows PC, it is expected that a lot of your system resources will be used. For these applications, a large amount of the RAM and CPU power is needed. Some applications also use the GPU to a greater extent. But when you are just watching a simple video on YouTube and your system starts behaving like it is under heavy system load, it is only natural to become curious as to what is happening. You want to discover  which of the applications are using system resources and to what extent?

For this purpose, we can use a neatly designed software called SysResources Manager. This software can monitor the use of the main processor (CPU), GPU, RAM, hard disk drives, network interfaces and other resources of our Windows computer.

The user interface of SysResources Manager has separate tabs for displaying the current status of all the different system resources. For example, it has tabs for system, bandwidth monitor, SMART status, drives, task manager, network connections, services, startup manager, program launcher, special folders, Windows information, and more.

SysResources Manager

It uses both the text format and graphical format to display the current consumption of physical and virtual memory. The physical memory is the total RAM installed on your PC’s motherboard and the virtual memory is the memory allocated by the Windows operating system.

It displays the real-time bandwidth of the network connections for the active network interfaces. It displays the download and upload speeds in a graphical chart format. As opposed to the internet speed check apps like Fast from Netflix, this software measures the actual data packets sent or received through the network interfaces.

It displays the vital stats for your installed hard disk drives or solid state drives. We can find out the total space available, the space used and other information about the storage drives. If a drive is failing because of aging, then we can find relevant information too.

Just like the Windows Task Manager, it also comes with a module to view and manage currently running processes and services on your Windows PC. In addition, we can also manage applications that auto-start with the computer.

You can download SysResource Manager from