File Description: Cacheman is a utility designed to improve the performance of your
computer by optimizing the disk cache, memory and a number of other
settings. Cacheman is able to prevent frequent paging to the hard
disk, resulting in improved performance, system reaction time and
stability. Wizards and predefined profiles make it suitable for
novices and yet it is also powerful and versatile enough for the
more experienced user. Cacheman also corrects generic problems on
systems with more than 512MB of RAM.
File Description: The purpose of this Windows application is to change the
base clock ( FSB / Front Side Bus ) frequency without
having to restart the machine. Any FSB changes are
Originally this software was made to see if it was possible
to set FSB values which cannot be set by using the BIOS.
File Description: SpeedSwitchXP is a program for Windows XP that works in the same way as the Intel SpeedStep driver. Windows XP tries to control your SpeedStep CPU, quite inadequately, by itself. This program takes over and allows you to dynamically throttle your CPU to better conserve battery life, and heat output. A highly recommended program for any owner of an Intel Pentium III or above laptop computer.
File Description: T-Power2™ is a new powerful MB utility designed by Biostar Engineers for use only on Biostar motherboards and VGA cards.
T-Power2™ interact hardware and software management. T-Power2 features Windows-based OC Tweaker™, BIO-WATCH™, eHot-line™ and Biostar Flash™ into a user-friendly interface providing users the perfect environment with which to maximize performance and stability.
File Description: Allows you to change your bios settings while in windows
"TweakBIOS cannot be run under Windows NT, as it denies
direct access to hardware.
You can use TweakBIOS under some other operating system
and then reboot to Windows NT, but the settings will be
lost when you reboot.
But there is a workaround, though..."
see file winnt.txt for mnore information
The Windows shell-development team did some extra programming and put together a set of tools called Power Toys. If you're a power user, go ahead and try them out, but be forewarned that Power Toys aren't supported by Microsoft because they're not part of Windows. This group of "toys" lets you adjust your Windows user interface, including menu speed, window animation, and Microsoft Internet Explorer.