Software :: Program - Information On Drives Space Memory

Mar 5, 2010

A few years back when I was running Linux most of the time I used a program that gave me information on my machine.

It had different themes and such, and it would usually rest vertically along the side of the desktop. It would tell one information on drives, space, memory, I think you could even have it tell you the weather if you entered geographical information.

I know I'm being a bit vague but that's all I can remember, does anyone recall this program? It was pretty popular back then...so I wonder if it's still under development.

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