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high cpu usage when I activate unity-2d dash in Ubuntu 12.04 (32 bit)

The Unity 2d Dash on my Ubuntu 12.04 was working pretty fine, but all of the sudden started to require high CPU usage (100%) and became unresponsive. Any suggestions ?....
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Sluggish desktop/Unity performance on ThinkPad Edge

Fresh (1 week old) install of Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit version on a ThinkPad Edge 15, specs as follows: System specs (site wouldn't let me hotlink the image) I think the swap is about 2GB but can't ...
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After drop of Unity2D in 12.10: How to tackle high load of Unity/compiz on netbooks? [closed]

Update: Though it's not fully clear to me why this Q should be off-topic and I have doubts that a bug report will help, I filed a bug report at https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity/+bug/1067349 Please ...
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Intermittent 100% CPU running e.g. Firefox or Libre Office writer on 12.04 Unity

Occasionally some applications lock and their windows goes dark or changes colour. This has happened most frequently when running Firefox but happened today when running Libre Office Writer and ...
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CPU usage gets to 100% whenever openning an application

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 unity (the problem was there before i upgrade) with an Intel® Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.66GHz and my problem is that the CPU usage gets to 100% whenever i open an application and ...
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100% CPU usage in Ubuntu 11.10

I recently installed Ubuntu 11.10 with Unity to dual boot with windows 7 on my lap top. My laptop is running an Intel i7 quad-core and 8gb of RAM just as some background. I've noticed that when I'm ...
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glib huge errors on fresh 11.10

i have just very fresh install of 11.10 64bit on my 3Ghz dual core machine. Graphic card nvidia 9600gt with the 290.10 driver. Desktop crashes or will be not redraw correctly. Its very instable with ...
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Adding a CPU monitor widget in the top corner like in Gnome2

I wonder if you can add a widget or something like it in the top corner (next to volume and WiFi and things like that) that displays current use of CPU and maybe RAM. I know you could add stuff like ...