Saturday, 19 November 2005

Maxcpu1Developers who need to test their apps on machines where another process has the CPU(s) pegged can write their own stress-testing apps, or you could just go and grab a copy of Max CPU from Kenny Kerr.

Whether you have a multi-proc, dual-core 64-bit Itanium, or some old-skool legacy proc, or anything in-between, run your tests under external stress with this tool and get an idea how your app behaves in a processor storm.

It requires the .NET Framework 2.0, and will run natively as either a 32-bit or 64-bit process depending on your operating system.

Kenny is also the author of Window Clippings, which (by the way) is now my default screen capture tool for capturing images of windows on the desktop. It's much faster and simpler than anything else I've used in the past (including some I've paid for). And it will even send the images straight to OneNote if you want it to.

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