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Get current CPU Load and available free physical memeory

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Hi,

How can I get the current CPU load (i.e. available system idle time as percent) and also the level of free physical memory using C#?

Also:

Without any additional effort on my part (i.e. storing values over a short time series), is it possible to deliver both of these values as a mean average? I.e.:

"What was the average CPU load in the last X seconds?"
"What was the average level of free physical memory in the last X seconds?"


Thanks!
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in visual studio 2005 in your toolbox under components there is a component called: PerformanceCounter you can use that
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Cheers!
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