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<qt>The total user and system time that this process has been running for, displayed as minutes:seconds.
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Located in ProcessModel.cpp:966
<qt>This is the amount of virtual memory space that the process is using, included shared libraries, graphics memory, files on disk, and so on. This number is almost meaningless.</qt>
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<qt>This is the amount of real physical memory that this process is using by itself, and approximates the Private memory usage of the process.<br>It does not include any swapped out memory, nor the code size of its shared libraries.<br>This is often the most useful figure to judge the memory use of a program. See What's This for more information.</qt>
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Located in ProcessModel.cpp:970
<qt>This is approximately the amount of real physical memory that this process's shared libraries are using.<br>This memory is shared among all processes that use this library.</qt>
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<qt>The command with which this process was launched.</qt>
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<qt>The amount of pixmap memory that this process is using.</qt>
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<qt>The title of any windows that this process is showing.</qt>
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Located in ProcessModel.cpp:978
The unique Process ID that identifies this process.
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The number of bytes read. See What's This for more information.
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The number of bytes written. See What's This for more information.
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Located in ProcessModel.cpp:984
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