RAM Taskbar adds a dash of color to the Windows taskbar in order to display RAM memory and processor usage on Windows 7.
Instead of having to check this information in a separate window, RAM Taskbar lets you check memory and processor status on your system with a simple look at the Windows taskbar. You can choose the position of color bars, and also the color palette they use. Bear in mind though that RAM Taskbar doesn’t work if you have the taskbar in vertical position, nor does it support a dual screen setup.
In the case of memory, you can choose which type of data you want to see: physical, virtual or total memory. For both memory and processor, RAM Taskbar lets you define a threshold for warning and critical percentages.
RAM Taskbar doesn’t require installation and has a very low impact on memory. With a bunch of customization options and a great integration with Windows 7, it’s the perfect tool for all those you like to keep track of system resources at all times.
RAM Taskbar informs you about the current status of RAM memory and processor in your system with a color code displayed on the taskbar.