Project info for Powertweak-Linux

Share This Created 23 Mar 2000 at 12:55 UTC by davej, last modified 15 Jul 2001 at 23:09 UTC by davej.


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Powertweak-Linux is a port of the Microsoft Windows tool of the same name rewritten from the ground up. Its main function is to tune your system to its optimal performance settings. Currently, it tunes PCI chipsets, CPU registers, disk elevator and network/filesystem/memory-management performance using /proc/sys entries. It also has a plugin to allow speed changing on AMD PowerNOW! capable devices (such as the K6-2P/K6-2+/K6-3) It comes with GUIs for GTK and ncurses (turbovision).

License: GPL

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