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CPU load measure

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You can use the Windows Management Instrumentation for windows machines.

Use the WMI class "Win32_Processor" to enumerate all processors installed on the system, and to gather the data for each processor.

For Unix/Linux: you can use a library such as libgtop.

or call cat /proc/cpuinfo from your program and parse the results

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