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Tweak your system with Powertweak Linux


Just in case your distro isn't pretweaked enough.
Linux users looking for something to help speed up their systems may want to consider Powertweak Linux, a free system optimization tool.

The tool runs as a daemon in the background on a Linux machine and can be used to tune CPU performance by modifying the configuration registers in a Linux system. The program also can be used to adjust CDROM drive speeds, optimize file system performance using " /proc/sys " entries and change power management settings by interacting with hard drive " sleep " settings, similar to the use of the " hdparm " command.
 read more | mail this link | score:7067 | -Ray, August 15, 2001 (Updated: June 22, 2003)
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