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Tweak your system with Powertweak Linux

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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:7098 | -Ray, August 15, 2001 (Updated: June 22, 2003)
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