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John R. Sowden wrote

When I ran Suse, there was a monitor 
that I could have on the screen showing CPU use, Swap use, Ram use, etc. 
graphically.  It would be nice to be able to go backwards in time about 
10 minutes to see what was the issue.

John, you could install *Psensor. *With it, you can see "%CPU usage" for the
last ten minutes. Another possibility is *System Load Indicator* which sits
nicely in your top panel but I can't figure out how much "back" it displays
. Something more elaborate like *Conky* is also available. All are in the
Ubuntu Software Center.

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