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What is "show kernal times"?

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I just finally discovered how many people have the red line in the CPU useage graphs (yay me). But what exactly is it monitoring? I don't understand it.
     
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Basically, how much processor time the OS is using, as opposed to programs.

If you're mucking around with that kind of stuff, you'll find Process Explorer v11.13 more informative.
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