The Windows Widgets function has received several useful additions that will allow you to monitor the use of memory, central (CPU) and graphics (GPU) processors. This is reported by The Verge.
New widgets for the Windows 11 operating system have appeared in Microsoft’s new Dev Home app, which was announced at the Build 2023 conference. They can be used to monitor CPU load and speed, memory usage, temperature, GPU usage, and speed Wi-Fi or Ethernet.
Such information can, of course, be obtained from the task manager or programs such as HWiNFO64. But it is certainly more convenient to call widgets with this information using the Windows + W key combination.
While the widgets look a little unfinished. Maybe because Dev Home, which enables them, is still in preview. To test widgets in Windows 11, you need to go to the Microsoft Store and install the application Dev Home Preview. The new features will be available in the Windows Widgets section.
We will remind you that recently Microsoft announced changes in providing access to the Amazon Appstore. From now on, any developer with an Amazon Appstore Developer account can submit their application for testing for distribution on Windows 11.