4 added command to display single process in htop
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htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking note of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

Display a single process:

htop -p PID

htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking note of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking note of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

Display a single process:

htop -p PID

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htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking note of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press FF to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking note of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking note of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

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htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking notnote of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking not of the PID!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

htop is a great replacement to top. It has... Colors! Simple keyboard shortcuts! Scroll the list using the arrow keys! Kill a process without leaving and without taking note of the PID! Mark multiple processes and kill them all!

Among all of the features, the manpage says you can press F to follow a process.

Really, you should try htop. I never started top again, after the first time I used htop.

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