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authorrbuj <[email protected]>2018-09-27 20:37:26 +0200
committerraveit65 <[email protected]>2018-09-28 22:40:56 +0200
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<para>When there is no CPU frequency scaling support in the system, the &applet; only displays the current CPU frequency.</para>
<para>When CPU frequency scaling is supported in the system, the &applet; displays the CPU icon with a progress bar. The state of the progress bar represents the current CPU frequency with respect to the maximum frequency.</para>
- <para>By default the &applet; displays the current CPU frequency as a value
+ <para>By default, the &applet; displays the current CPU frequency as a value
in Hertz (the standard measure of frequency), but can be configured to
display a percentage instead. For more information on how to configure &applet; see <xref linkend="cpufreq-applet-prefs"/>.</para>
<para>Each instance of &applet; can monitor only one CPU. You must start an