System Utilities Tweaking SpeedswitchXP

SpeedswitchXP 1.52 for Windows

by Christian Diefer

Avg. Rating 4.8 (5 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,664
Publisher Christian Diefer
Homepage SpeedswitchXP

Publisher's Description

SpeedswitchXP is a CPU frequency control for notebooks running Windows XP. It is a small applet that sits in the system tray and allows dynamic switching of the frequencies of mobile Intel and mobile AMD CPUs.

Latest Reviews

digitalking

digitalking reviewed v1.52 on Feb 5, 2008

Does what it says it will do. Lets you set your CPU from high to battery saving on the fly. May be useful when running a large Access database or Excel spreadsheet, and you need to save it quickly, but don't want to grab the power adapter out of your bag.

ZenWarrior

ZenWarrior reviewed v1.51 on Aug 15, 2006

A nice little quick-and-dirty "overclocker" for your laptop. No FSB, frequency, or voltage controls, but there are still plenty of performance options -- that are best left untouched except by sufficiently knowledgeable users. (If used incorrectly, you can cook your laptop.)

The overall interface is nice, but the system tray display needs a lot of work. Luckily, it's pretty much useless anyway and shouldn't be missed.

Avg. Rating 4.8 (5 votes)
Your Rating
digitalking

digitalking reviewed v1.52 on Feb 5, 2008

Does what it says it will do. Lets you set your CPU from high to battery saving on the fly. May be useful when running a large Access database or Excel spreadsheet, and you need to save it quickly, but don't want to grab the power adapter out of your bag.

ZenWarrior

ZenWarrior reviewed v1.51 on Aug 15, 2006

A nice little quick-and-dirty "overclocker" for your laptop. No FSB, frequency, or voltage controls, but there are still plenty of performance options -- that are best left untouched except by sufficiently knowledgeable users. (If used incorrectly, you can cook your laptop.)

The overall interface is nice, but the system tray display needs a lot of work. Luckily, it's pretty much useless anyway and shouldn't be missed.

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