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  • Blog Post: XPerf Articles

    Here is a chronological list of the my posts about the xperf tools. If you are new to the tools, or simply want to find a specific article, this is a good place to start. I've listed each article's title and first paragraph. The title is the link to the post. Xperf, a new tool in the Windows SDK...
  • Blog Post: Ferrari 5000

    Until mid February, I'd been using a Acer Ferrai 4000 laptop for about a year. It was a great laop top - fast, rliable and it had a large screen. But, I had borrowed it from our lab when my old laptop died and I just didn't have time to order a new one and set it up - until now. There are many very...
  • Blog Post: Ferrari 4000

    I've been using a Acer Ferrai 4000 laptop for about the last year and its been great - its quite fast, reliable, has a very nice keyboard, and a great screen. Here are the specs. Processor: AMD Turion(tm) 64 Mobile Technology ML-40 (score 4.1) Memory: 1GB (Score 4.0) Graphics: MOBILITY RADEON...
  • Blog Post: CLC and it's Data Viewer CLCV

    CLC is a native C++ program I developed that counts lines of source code. It is designed to handle very large source code trees - all of Windows Vista. For large trees, it saves its output in comma separated value format (CSV) which is easily read by Excel. CLC is extremely fast - it uses very efficient...
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