htop is a free ncurses-based real time process monitoring tool for Linux similar to top command. But htop allows you to scroll vertically and horizontally so that we can see all the running processes and full command lines on the system. htop uses ncurses to provide a “text-graphical” interface. htop allows mouse operation and output shows in color. top command is installed most of the Linux system by default and it is the most frequently used, old and matured command in Linux and everybody is aware of it. In this post, we are going to see the installation and how effectively we can use a htop tool in Linux.
Installing htop on Debian/Ubuntu system
Installing htop on CentOS/RedHat Linux system
Enable EPEL Repository for RHEL and CentOS Linux
Also Read: top command in Linux with examples.
$ sudo htop teclues
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