SensorsView Pro is a small application that lets you monitor the inner workings of your computer.
The user interface consists of a small window where you can view details such as CPU, memory, HDD usage and temperature, but where you can also access Settings, a graph of temperatures, fans, voltages, CPU and memory usage, as well as Statistics.
If you exceed or go below a specific temperature for any hardware component, SensorsView Pro notifies you by balloon tips and sounds, or via e-mail.
In the Settings menu, you can change the temperature format, update the interface for hard drives and sensors, customize the appearance (i.e. change window style and mode, toggle whether you want a particular type of usage to be displayed or not), play sound, enable alarm and event log.
In addition, you can enable monitoring and alarm (depending on temperature) for the HDD0, fans (e.g. rotations per minute), voltages and NICs. In the Statistics menu, you can view system uptime, current, minimum, maximum and average memory usage, current and average HDD usage, sensors temperatures, as well as CPU time and usage for each active process.
Unfortunately, you are not provided with the option to view and save a log file, and the program does not come with any kind of user documentation.
All in all, SensorsView Pro uses a low amount of CPU and system resources, and it did not freeze or crash during our tests. It could use some improvements but it does a decent job overall.