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Release Announcements => Other Product Releases => Topic started by: Jeremy Collake on September 20, 2008, 03:51:19 PM

Title: Early alpha preview of RegBench, the Windows Registry Benchmarker
Post by: Jeremy Collake on September 20, 2008, 03:51:19 PM
Ever want to know if cleaning or defragmenting your registry really makes a difference in its performance?

RegBench is a small utility that benchmarks your system registry. It outputs to XML and uses a display template to allow for viewing of the results within your web browser. It is a console mode utility, but a GUI front-end will be added if this product turns out to be popular.

I've had this code mostly done for some time now. I decided to put a little polish on it today so that I could release an early alpha version. It is still far from complete, and I particularly need to work on adding more benchmark types and a better XSLT output format. This utility will be FREE for home and academic use.

Here is v0.1 alpha: http://www.bitsum.com/files/regbench.zip

Please, give feedback. If users are interested in this, I will continue development. The code base is very clean and ready to do much more extensive benchmarking.
Title: Re: Early alpha preview of RegBench, the Windows Registry Benchmarker
Post by: Jeremy Collake on September 21, 2008, 10:28:27 AM
I updated the code today to fix a bug where the XSL template doesn't get properly copied in some cases, resulting in an inability for the web browser to render the XML in a readable fashion. Note that users can discuss RegBench in the 'Bitsum Labs' board of this forum.