How to Use ‘top’ Command in Linux Correctly

In the UNIX or Linux operating systems, the top command helps you know the system-memory and CPU-utilization.

Linux ‘top’ Command

  1. You can check each directory how much space occupied
  2. You can find CPU utilization
  3. You can find memory information of each drive
  4. You can find list of tasks or processes running on your system

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