FahMon is an open-source tool (GPL license) that allows you to quickly check the progress of your Folding@Home client (or clients if you have multiple), avoiding you having to open different files and/or to go to the Internet (for example to know how much your current work unit is worth). Other monitoring tools exist (such as Electron Microscope or FahLogStats), so if you don't like FahMon, have a look at them! FahMon is entirely coded in C and uses the wxWidgets library, which allows FahMon to exist both for Linux, Windows and OS X. It is designed to be really easy to use, and you should thus not encounter any major problem.
- Information on many clients at a glance
- A local projects database is maintained to avoid using an Internet connection
- Estimated time of arrival for each client
- Work units benchmarking
- Exists for both Linux, Windows & OS X