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Find CPU and Memory in Ubuntu using terminal


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To find what memory is being used and what is free you can issue the command



$free -m










If you want to get information about your machine using a command issue



$sudo dmidecode | more










or



$lshw










For CPU information, issue the command



$cat /proc/cpuinfo














What I use personally is the command



$top



This tells me everything I need to know in most cases in one screen



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