This tiny application tests your computer's system speed, although it produces vague results. CPU-Speedflash 1.21's gamelike structure has ample menu headers and easy-to-use key shortcuts. The program tests your CPU speed by measuring the speed of the entire system. The program tests system speed by manipulating objects. An X mark on the middle of the display screen is circled by minute objects as a CPU meter registers system speed. At tests' end, a pop-up window appears with your system score. Your score is compared against systems tested by the utility author. Your score is ranked as slow, average, fast, very fast, highspeed, or gigaspeed. No information is given about the test systems. Without specific and reproducible scores based on known systems, it is difficult to gauge the effectiveness of speed scores. At best this application is a simple and quick speed test for administrators testing multiple similar systems.
What's new in version 1.21
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedMarch 20, 2006
Operating SystemsWindows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP
Do you hate benchmarks which need so much time to test your computer. Then try CPU-Speedflash 1.21. This little program, tests your system speed in a few seconds. You can see a list of results when you press F1 in the program.