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Drive Speedometer 1.1.0
Drive Speedometer 1.1.0 Drive Speedometer is a program I made to help monitor the current read and writes speeds of your hard drives. Benefits include: When your system is running slow yet your CPU usage and memory usage are fine, it is normally the hard drive being maxed out. Now you will be able to keep an eye on the hard drive performance. When a drive is slowly dying it will run slower and slower. Being aware of what your normal drive speeds are and seeing those speed drop over time is a great indicator it is time to replace the drive. Being a performance nut myself I like knowing what my system is doing. When I have a program doing some work and appears to be hung up I can see if it is still reading or writing to the drive. This way I know the program isn't hung up and is still working. The program uses the Windows performance counters to pull the information. If you have disabled your performance counters I have included a reg file in the setup to enable them again. Run the reg file and reboot. Your performance counters will be working again. I have also included some pre made bar fill graphics. Including some to use when running the monitor in compact mode. You can of course make your own as well.
0/5 6,752 Jan 08, 2013
PcWinTech
HE - Hardware Read and Write Utility v1.21.1.20
HE - Hardware Read and Write Utility v1.21.1.20 HE - Hardware Read and Write utility is a powerful utility for hardware engineers, BIOS engineers, driver developers, QA engineers, performance test engineers, diagnostic engineers… etc. This utility access almost all the computer hardware, including PCI (PCI Express), PCI Index/Data, Memory, Memory Index/Data, I/O Space, I/O Index/Data, Super I/O, DIMM SPD, CPU MSR Registers, S.M.A.R.T monitor, HDD physical sector , ATA Identify Data, ACPI Tables Dump, ACPI AML Code Disassemble, Embedded Controller, USB Information, SMBIOS Structures, PCI Option ROMs and MP Configuration Table. It’s a Windows base utility support Win7 / Win8 / Win8.1 / Win10. This utility comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, it allows you to modify hardware settings, this may damage your system if something goes wrong. Author will not take any responsibility about that, you are on your own risk. How to use To run this program with all functions, you need HE.EXE, HE.INI. To run this program for minimum functions (PCI (PCI Express), PCI Index/Data, Memory, Memory Index/Data, I/O Space, I/O Index/Data, CPU MSR Registers, Physical Disk Sectors, ATA Identify Data, S.M.A.R.T Monitor, ACPI Table Dump, ACPI AML Code Disassemble, Embedded Controller, USB Information, SMBIOS Structures, PCI Option ROMs, MP Configuration Table), you need HE.EXE only, but some information will not be displayed, such as PCI vendor name... For Super I/O, HE will load the [SUPERIO] section in initial file HE.INI, and auto detect the system entry by entry, once the detection routine return success, the Super I/O function will be available to use, user may add new super I/O entries in HE.INI. For DIMM SPD functions, HE will load the [SMBUS] section in HE.INI, same as the [SUPERIO] section, program will detect the chipset to find out the SM bus controller, and the algorithm provided by this section support the DIMM SPD functions. ...
5/5 732 Jan 19, 2021
Faintsnow
Terms of Service; Didn’t Read v2.0.0
Terms of Service; Didn’t Read v2.0.0 “I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. Tosdr.org aim to fixs that. We are a user rights initiative to rate and label website terms & privacy policies, from very good Class A to very bad Class E. "Terms of service are often too long to read, but it's important to understand what's in them. Your rights online depend on them. We hope that our ratings can help you get informed about your rights." - Abdullah Diaa, Hugo, Michiel de Jong Install the browser extensions to get instant information about the terms and privacy policies of websites you browse. Pick the browser you are using below to install the extension: This download is for the Google Chrome extension. If you need the Mozilla Firefox add-on, download here. If you need the Safari extension, download here. If you need the Opera add-on, download here. Internet Explorer: coming soon Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,167 Jul 16, 2020
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