In this guide, we will show you how to install CPU-X on Ubuntu systems.
CPU-X is a free and open-source utility for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems that displays information about the system’s CPU and other hardware components.
It is a free software that collects information about CPU, motherboard and more. CPU-X is similar o CPU-Z (Windows), but CPU-X is free and open source software designed for GNU / Linux and FreeBSD. It is similar to the lscpu And lshw command-line utilities, but with graphical interface that is easier to use for most users.
Install CPU-X on Ubuntu
Follow the steps below to get started with CPU-X :
- Update your Ubuntu system packages with running the below command:
sudo apt update -y && sudo apt upgrade -y
- CPU-X package is available on Ubuntu base repository. So You can install it directly by using the command below as follows:
sudo apt install cpu-x
- You can access CPU-X via CLI by using the command below:
- You can search on the system search bar by typing CPU-X as follows
- CPU-X will be launched as shown below
How to Remove (Uninstall) CPU-X
- Remove CPU-X APT Method
sudo apt autoremove cpu-x --purge