CPU levels on Taskbar

Is there a way to display CPU levels on the taskbar on Zorin 16?

I did a post about extensions bellow...

CPU POWER MANAGER EXTENSION:
https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/945/cpu-power-manager/

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That worked! Thanks!

Can you check this: Set Default Microphone Input When Connected to Bluetooth Earphones

The problem is I have to switch to earphones mic to HSP profile as the Bluetooth earhone mic doesn't work with A2DP. I want this to autoswitch when I'm in Zoom call, for example.

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And if I install extensions via a browser, do they get auto updated when there's a new update available?

Regarding your mic deal, I know of no way to make Linux do automatic switching of mic inputs, based no what app that is being used at the time.

What you can do, is select the mic you want to use in the pulseaudio app.

Some extensions get updated automatically, but some don't, which is why I recommended the extensions update notifier extension.

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Some extensions get updated automatically, but some don't, which is why I recommended the extensions update notifier extension.

Okay. I,ll install that extension now.

Would this extension do what I want?

https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/906/sound-output-device-chooser/

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I use that extension as well, it works great, love it! I had to install that extension, because on my POP OS machine, it resets my sound output device after every single restart of the computer. So I use that to quickly switch back to HDMI output, cause I run my sound and video through a 4K TV via HDMI. My sound then outputs via optical into a DAC. Makes my sound, sound so delicious. lol

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