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    Default Computer Toolkit

    Hello!

    I am returning from a long break off computer building, after a long time of doing programming, I had an idea, as of right now, this is just an interest study, but if enough people are interested in the project, I would like to create an open source toolkit containing a variety of PC tools such as stress tests, benchmarking utilities, and some windows repair utilities in the case that something goes wrong.

    If anybody is interested and would like to contribute ideas for programs, I would be more than happy to create and support a toolkit for this community.

    Anyway, if you have any ideas or just would be interested in this project, any comments are welcome!

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    Default Re: Computer Toolkit

    Interesting idea, to have one AIO toolkit (utilities), for PC, you can also include temperature monitoring (for stress tests).

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    That would be pretty sleek to see. Get to work! lol
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    Default Re: Computer Toolkit

    Okay! I started looking into it, so far I have a fairly good idea of how I am going to to this, if anybody has any specific programs they like to use for testing, I can look into adding them. Right now I am working on some automatically executing files so I can launch tests at the press of a button. After that, I just have to put together a gui. As soon as I have some programs to run, I can put together a beta program in a few days!

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    Default Re: Computer Toolkit

    Dam good idea.

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    Default Re: Computer Toolkit

    Well, I got around to starting a very basic, command prompt based program. Currently I have CPU-Z, Crystal Disk Info, Crystal Disk Mark, HWMonitor, HyperPi, and Prime95. Im kind of shying away from the larger programs for this build.
    As of right now, there is no GUI, but it is a functional program. Some more error testing and a bit more code writing and I will have a beta version up and running before Friday.

    On that note, if there is anybody who would like to help by beta testing the program, PM me and I will start a beta distribution on Friday or over the weekend.

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