I always new about "top" since I first tried Linux in the late 90s. Now that I am getting more into it and want to switch to *nix full time, I'm learning more. Recently I learned about htop. I thought that was interesting. Then today I learned about bpytop. That one was a bit trickier to get. Turns out it's a python version of something called bash top. It's pretty interesting tho. Certainly a nice direction for CLI to move towards.
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