WebTemp - Basic features
- WebTemp reads temperatures, voltages and fan speeds from several hardware monitoring tools,
- it can read RAM and CPU usage, CPU frequency, network traffic, hard disk memory and battery capacity on its own,
- it creates an image which enables you getting an overview of all the values and their condition in the past few hours,
- furthermore there is a display mode for the past 24 hours,
- a banner-style display which only displays temperatures or network traffic over time,
- another small display called "Light" which just shows you current temperatures and fan speeds,
- both of these images can be displayed transparently on top of your desktop,
- additionally they can be uploaded to any FTP server of yours,
- it is possible to customize the colors and names of statistics and sensors,
- there is an extra window which provides you with system information like real time CPU frequency,
- WebTemp consumes very little processor time and memory,
- you can choose to get notifications when new versions become available,
- setup does not copy any files into your windows or system directory nor does uninstall leave behind any of WebTemp's registry settings.
Download (Freeware version)
Most recent beta
If you register, you'll get the following features in addition
- The "stats" image is available for weekly, monthly and yearly display,
- "Textuploader": This is an image which WebTemp generates based on a simple text file, in which you can use several tags,
- all images can be uploaded and/or mailed at given times or intervals (down to 2 minutes),
- the system can be powered off/suspended upon temperature or fan speed alarm (i.e. if they exceed a given range),
- additionally or instead of this, WebTemp can send alarm mails,
- you can choose to get alarm mails upon CPU or RAM usage above 90 % (so you can see when your server hits its limit),
- powering off or suspending the system can also be done at a given time every day or after a period of inactivity (for example after an unattended download).
- Windows compatible operating system,
- for temperature, voltage and fan speed measurements: an installed and running hardware monitoring tool such as
SpeedFan (freeware). For other possible tools please see the FAQ.
- If you only wish to measure memory and CPU usage, network traffic, hard disk and notebook battery data, you just need WebTemp.
In this case you might want to have a look into the FAQ
and the support forums
Have a lot of fun using WebTemp!