ParkControl is a simple freeware utility that lets the user easily view and tweak the hidden CPU Core Parking settings in Windows. It also allows for easy management of CPU frequency scaling. Settings are applied individually to each Power Profile on the system. So, a user can, for instance, disable core parking and frequency scaling on their 'High Performance' power plan.
ParkControl is distributed as a 'live EXE'. No install required. No bundles. No crud. Simple and pure freeware.
License type: FREEWARE
RegMerge allows you to compare your current registry hive(s) with that of an exported REG file. This will allow you to compare and contrast parts of your registry (or the whole thing) with another system, AND also allow for safely importing REG 'repair sets' to fix various PC problems.
(also entitled MoveAndLink) - Move a folder to another drive and replace it with a junction point (hard link), making it so no path changes are required. This utilizes NTFS Junction points so works on W2K-Windows 7. Do NOT use without seeing warnings and cautions. See SHJunction (SHJunc) for a similar utility I wrote years ago. Windows Vista+ will now display these junction points (hard links) with a shortcut overlay.
Have you 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.Latest version: v0.17 alpha
This application will simply initiate a load upon all system CPU(s). This was created for testing Process Lasso's ProBalance technology. However, it can be used to test *anything* for the effect on overall system responsiveness.Latest version: Same as Process Lasso
This is a benchmarking or stress-testing application that will allow you to place a load on specific logical cores.Latest version: Kept in sync with Process Lasso
This is/was an application that allows you to run any normal Windows application as a system service. Due to abuse, we have limited it's availability. You can request a download by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Be sure to include your web site, real name, and any other information we may need to identify you as a legitimate Windows software author. Commercial license to redistribute MakeService modules within your application is also available. The price can be quoted to you as you ask.License: Freeware for non-commercial use and non-redistribution use. Commercial use or redistribution requires license.
For technicians who need an easy way to replace WFP protected files. Requires Admin rights, of course. This is a tool for TECHNICIANS, DEVELOPERS, ADVANCED USERS *ONLY*. These files are protected to prevent the user from doing dumb things. So, don't go unprotect them and do something dumb. If you do not understand this, do not use any of these utilities or information. They are provided only because in some cases technicians, developers, and advanced users simply need a mechanism to replace WFP monitored files.Latest version: v0.1 beta
This is a small console mode utility that will allow for deletion or replacement of files at system boot. It works with ALL Windows variants (even 9x).Latest version: v1.02 alpha (May, 2000)
This utility allows you to tweak the NT scheduler. Now part of Process Lasso's advanced tool.
The Vista Multimedia Scheduler Configuration Tool (vistammsc) is a small utility to help you configure the multimedia class scheduling service in Windows Vista and above.
Now a part of Process Lasso Pro.
PWShow (PasswordShow) displays the characters being asterisks in password fields of many applications. Most modern web browsers allow the same type thing. It does not
compromise security, it lets the user recover their own password in the same was a browser's 'show password' link does.
This consists of PETrim, PESubsys, PEChksum, PEHideText, PEInsert, PESetVer, PEClassify, and potentially other small freeware utilities. Most owrk on both 32-bit PEs and PE+ (64-bit). These are for a limited developer audience.