Today's article is about 'cpufetch' - basically neofetch for your CPU.


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It's not some tool that you're likely to use often. It is kinda fun to play with once or twice. I don't actually see myself using it again until I forget what CPU is running in what. Then, there are other tools that do the job just as well - and better.

Still, it was fun to play with.

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