Is there an application that lets me see all the apps using internet and how much bandwidth each app is using in real-time? (Sort of like the network section on the task manager in windows 10)
BTW I’m using manjaro xfce 21.1.1
Maybe Gnome’s System Monitor can do it?
I don’t know of any xfce tools that does it, but I know that Plasma’s KSysGuard and Plasma Systemmonitor can both do it.
nethogs is a nice tool, very simple and available in the repository.
Run it in command line :
Then, you get the appname, the pid, the user and data sent/received along with the interface name.
There is also a GUI in AUR, but not really necessary in my opinion
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