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| CPU-Z v2.05
CPU-Z v2.05 A free tool that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system. Gathered Info: Processor name and number, codename, process, package, cache levels. Mainboard and chipset. Memory type, size, timings, and module specifications (SPD). Real time measurement of each core's internal frequency, memory frequency. Configuration file CPU-Z uses a configuration file, cpuz.ini, that allows to set several parameters for the program. The cpuz.ini file must be in the same directory as cpuz.exe. Note that the use of this file is optional. If no .ini file is found, default values will be used. It looks like this : [CPU-Z] TextFontName=Verdana TextFontSize=13 TextFontColor=000060 LabelFontName=Verdana LabelFontSize=13 PCI=1 MaxPCIBus=256 DMI=1 Sensor=1 SMBus=1 Display=1 UseDisplayAPI=1 BusClock=1 Chipset=1 SPD=1 CheckUpdates=1 TextFontName Font used for the information boxes. TextFontSize Size of the font used for the information boxes. TextFontColor Color of the font used for the information boxes. Value is expressed in hexadecimal, and consists in a classic Red/Green/Blue color code : RRGGBB LabelFontName Font used for the label boxes. LabelFontSize Size of the font used for the label boxes. Sensor Set to OFF (or 0) disables sensor chip detection and voltages measurement. DMI Set to OFF disables the DMI (Desktop Management Interface) information. This concerns BIOS vendor and version, motherboard vendor and revision. PCI Set to OFF disables the PCI information. This disables chipset, SPD and, depending on the hardware, sensoring information. MaxPCIBus Sets the maximum PCI bus to scan. Default value is 256. SMBus Set to OFF (or 0) disables SMBus information : SPD, and, depending on the hardware, sensoring information. Display Set to OFF (or 0) disables the video card information reported in the validator. ShowDutyCycles Set to 1, switches the alternate clock computation method based on duty cycles. 0 to disable. UseDisplayAPI Set to 1, uses the display driver to read the display adapters information. 0 to disable. Application parameters -txt=report Launch CPU-Z in ghost mode : no interface appears, the register dump (report.txt) is automatically created.Example:cpuz.exe -txt=c:\mydirectory\mysystem: runs CPU-Z in ghost mode. Report file ...
|6,526||Mar 06, 2023
| Homedale v2.05
Homedale v2.05 Wi-Fi / WLAN Monitor With Homedale you can scan for Wi-Fi / WLAN Access Points and monitor their signal strength. The details windows shows all ‘Information elements’ and their decoded data. Use the detected access points with Google Geolocation, Mozilla Location Service and Open WLAN Map Service to locate yourself. It works with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless networks in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands using 20, 40, 80 and 160 MHz width channels. Details See an overview of all available access points with their signal strength, security [WEP/WPA/WPA2], network name (SSID), BSSID, vendor based on MAC address, channel, supported data rates and much more. Details from information elements (IE) advertised by the access points are parsed and shown. Signal Strength You can also monitor the signal strength of selected access points in a graph over the time. With a right mouse click, you can start logging to a text file and create a screenshot. Frequency Usage See the usage of all Wi-Fi channels and find the optimal channel for your access point. Connect Make a right mouse click to connect and disconnect from a Wi-Fi / WLAN access point. The blue icon shows the currently connected access point. Changes: Windows Version 2.05 New: SSID and Access Point Name clearly separated and added to Log files macOS Version 1.16 Export as CSV added Supported Languages: English French German Greek Norwegian Polish Portuguese Russian Simplified Chinese Slovenian Swedish Traditional Chinese Ukrainian Command line options: /n <0/1/2> 0: Do not use ndis [default for >=Vista], 1: Use ndis [default for <=XP], 2: Use ndis exclusively /r <x> Refresh after x milli seconds /s <ssid1,…> Log only specified ssid's /m <12-34-56-78-90-ab,…> Log only specified bssid's /l <file name> Enable logging to specified file name /d Append to existing log file instead of deleting it first /e Log all access points /c Use , for log file instead of tab /f <filter> Filter access points for display and logging /t <x> Exit application after x milli seconds /a ...
|3,181||Mar 19, 2023
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| MultiMonitorTool v2.05
MultiMonitorTool v2.05 A small tool that allows you to do some actions related to working with multiple monitors. With MultiMonitorTool, you can disable/enable monitors, set the primary monitor, save and load the configuration of all monitors, and move windows from one monitor to another. You can do these actions from the user interface or from command-line, without displaying user interface. MultiMonitorTool also provides a preview window, which allows you to watch a preview of every monitor on your system. System Requirements and Limitations • This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 11. Both 32-bit and x64 systems are supported. • When you disable a monitor on a system with 3 monitors or more, and then later enable back the monitor, the operating system may put the monitor in another position. In order to avoid this problem, use the 'Save Monitors Configuration' option to save your monitors configuration into a file and then load it later using the 'Load Monitors Configuration' option. • This utility is only useful if your desktop is extended to multiple monitors. If you have multiple monitors that display the same content, then MultiMonitorTool is useless for you. Changes Version 2.05 Added drop-down menu to the toolbar for opening the recent config files. The serial number of the monitor is now stored inside the monitor config file. Added 'Use Serial Number In Load Config' option. If it's turned on, MultiMonitorTool uses the serial number of the monitor when loading the monitor configuration file. Using MultiMonitorTool MultiMonitorTool doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - MultiMonitorTool.exe The main window ...
|8,071||Feb 21, 2023
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