This first Beta release of GNOME System Monitor 3.10 brings various improvements
The GNOME developers announced a few days ago the immediate availability for download and testing of the first Beta release of the upcoming GNOME System Monitor 3.10 application.GNOME System Monitor 3.10 Beta 1 is here to implement plural forms, add support for Kill/End process with multiple selection, filter process list, use a window-menu for the process page, uniformize usage of gsettings keys, as well as small improvements for the context menu.
Moreover, the g_print function is now used instead of g_debug for printing debug messages, the application is now hidden when maximized, users are now able to double click a field to add/remove it in the preferences dialog, selections are now smartly handled in proctable when opening the context menu, the headerbar was transformed into a title bar, and system Monospace font is now used on Memmaps.
This release also fixes several bugs, among which we can mention a bad position of the "End Process" button, swap history is no longer displayed when the computer has no swap, process list uses too much CPU issue, some memory map scroll on each refresh issues, a 10-second quit issue, and resizing columns in the process table will no longer cause excessive IO.
Last but not least, the following translations have been updated in this first Beta release of GNOME System Monitor 3.10: Czech, German, Spanish, Galician, Hebrew, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Norwegian Bokmal, Brazilian Portuguese, Slovenian, Tajik, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.
Refactoring and code cleanup were also applied to GNOME System Monitor 3.10 Beta 1, which is now available for testing via the GNOME 3.10 Beta 1 release. For more details, please check the official raw changelog.
Download GNOME System Monitor 3.10 Beta 1 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a beta version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.