Voodoo 2 Tweaker
Version: 1.1
Date: October 13, 1999
OS: Windows 95 and 98
File: LsdV2Cfg.exe
Size: 220 KB
requires the latest 3Dfx Interactive Reference drivers
Description:

The Voodoo 2 Tweaker lets you configure all settings for the Glide and Direct3D® API's of your Voodoo 2 based 3D graphics-acceleration card, e.g.:

  • Gamma correction
  • Refresh rate
  • Pixel clock tuning (overclocking up to 120 MHz!)
  • Buffer synchronization
  • Mipmap dithering
  • Antialiasing
  • Triple-buffering
  • Texture filtering
  • Enable/disable DirectDraw drivers (new in version 1.1)

Additionally you can create application profiles to easily manage different settings for several applications independantly. We took some screenshots for your viewing pleasure.

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DirectX Kicker
Version: BETA
Date: July 09, 1999
OS: Windows 95 and 98

File: LsdDxKck.zip
Size: 77 KB
Description:

The DirectX Kicker unloads the DirectX Helper app and all related DLL's from memory. This is useful if you want to change DirectX-related settings (graphics, sound) when switching from one app to another (e.g. games that require different levels of gamma correction or hardware acceleration etc.). If your changes don't take effect immediately, you will most likely have the DirectX Helper app running in the background. If you need to know more you may want to read the detailed description. Here's a screenshot of this tiny little tool.

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Control Panel Applet for DirectX
Version: 1.0
Date: October 04, 1998
OS: Windows 95, 98 and NT
File: LsdsDx5.exe/LsdsDx6.exe
Size: 139 KB
requires DirectX™ 5.0 or higher
Description:

This little Control Panel Applet gives you quick access to the DirectX drivers software and setup. The version for DirectX 6 includes a button for the diagnostic tool.

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English version for DirectX 6

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Environment viewer
Version: 1.1
Date: April 07, 1998
OS: Windows 95, 98 and NT
File: LsdsGe11.exe
Size: 189 KB
Description:

Environment viewer shows all variables that are set in the environment block of the operating system. They are usually set at start-up in the configuration files and are globally available to all applications.

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Time set
Version: 1.1
Date: April 06, 1998
OS: Windows 95, 98 and NT
File: LsdsTs11.exe
Size: 185 KB
Description:

Time set lets you change the system clock of your computer fast and easily. The time and date can be set separately, either as local- or systemtime. This can be very useful if you want to test the behaviour of any programs in the next century. You can also save a special time/date so you can reset your computers' clock at any time with a single command-line argument.

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Resource monitor
Version: 3.1
Date: March 30, 1998
OS: Windows 95, 98 and NT
File: LsdsRm31.exe
Size: 201 KB
Description:

Resource monitor gives an overview of system resources used by the operating system and all running applications. It shows the global, physical and pagefile memory usage in percent. A timer function updates all details in a customizable interval. A detailed view, which includes the virtual memory and the overall Hard-disk usage, is also available. Resource monitor can be put in the Tray-area of the Windows Taskbar.

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Task monitor
Version: 1.0
Date: July 14, 1997
OS: Windows 95, 98 and NT
File: LsdsTm10.zip
Size: 88 KB
Description:

Task monitor shows all tasks that are currently running in the Windows environment. You can easily activate, minimize or close any top-level window. Task monitor shows the size and position, the window class, the priority level, the process ID and more information about every visible and hidden window.

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Process monitor
Version: 2.0
Date: July 05, 1997
OS: Windows 95 and 98
File: LsdsPm20.zip
Size: 162 KB
Description:

Process monitor gives you the most detailed information about all processes and modules that are running on the system. Additionally it lists all their corresponding heaps and windows. You will see the files that have been loaded and the amount of memory each module and process has allocated from the heap. With the ability to terminate any unwanted module, Process monitor gives you unlimited control over your Windows® session.

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