KDE System Guard, also known as KSysguard, is the KDE task manager and performance monitor. It can monitor both local and remote hosts. It can retrieve simple values or complex data such as tables and display this information in a variety of graphical displays. Displays can then be organized in work sheets. It also provides a detailed top-like process table.
While KDE System Guard is mostly used for local monitoring of system resources and processes, it is a robust tool for managing whole server farms.
KDE System Guard is a rewrite of the KDE 1.x task manager, KTop.
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