Since version 2.0, htop is now cross-platform! Check out the video and slides of my presentation at FOSDEM 2016 about how this came to be. This release includes code supporting Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Mac OS X.
There are also, of course, some new features:
- If you're using NCurses 6, htop will also support your mouse wheel for scrolling.
- Moving meters and columns around in the setup screen is a lot more comfortable now.
- You can now press "e" to see the set of environment variables for a process.
- The "graph" mode for meters was revamped, inspired by James Hall's vtop.
- OpenBSD: Various fixes and improvements
- FreeBSD: fix CPU and memory readings
- FreeBSD: add battery support
- Linux: Retain last-obtained name of a zombie process
- Mac OS X: Improve portability for OS X versions
- Mac OS X: Fix reading command-line arguments and basename
- Mac OS X: Fix process state information
- Mac OS X: Fix tree view collapsing/expanding
- Mac OS X: Fix tree organization
- Mac OS X: Fix memory accounting
- Fix crash when emptying a column of meters
- Make Esc key more responsive
In Ubuntu, you can fetch htop by typing:
Open terminal and insert command line...
|$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install htop
|$ sudo apt-get remove htop|