PROCESSOR

HOW CAN I DETECT THE PROCESSORS SPEED BY A PROGRAM? AND ALSO I COULDN'T FOUND THE TOTAL MEMORY CAPACITY USING INTERRUPTS(DOS/BIOS)PLEASE SUGGEST A METHOD?
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boom23Commented:
For your processor speed, go here and downlaod WCPUID http://www.frostyfox.com/files.html  sorry about your second question.. i ain't got no clue... LOL
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ga9ulCommented:
Have you tried diagnostic tools like Checkit or MSD ?
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Alisher_NCommented:
you can use Windows API call, read this:

The GlobalMemoryStatus function retrieves information about current available memory. The function returns information about both physical and virtual memory. This function supersedes the GetFreeSpace function.

VOID GlobalMemoryStatus(

    LPMEMORYSTATUS lpBuffer       // pointer to the memory status structure  
   );      
 

Parameters

lpBuffer

Points to a MEMORYSTATUS structure in which information about current memory availability is returned. Before calling this function, the calling process should set the dwLength member of this structure.

typedef struct _MEMORYSTATUS { // mst  
    DWORD dwLength;        // sizeof(MEMORYSTATUS)
    DWORD dwMemoryLoad;    // percent of memory in use
    DWORD dwTotalPhys;     // bytes of physical memory
    DWORD dwAvailPhys;     // free physical memory bytes
    DWORD dwTotalPageFile; // bytes of paging file
    DWORD dwAvailPageFile; // free bytes of paging file
    DWORD dwTotalVirtual;  // user bytes of address space
    DWORD dwAvailVirtual;  // free user bytes

} MEMORYSTATUS, *LPMEMORYSTATUS;
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jimatCommented:
Norton Utilities has a section ("System") that gives you a ton of the info. you want plus.
Windows98 = Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Information provides a lot of data, too.
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larrypaloozaCommented:
Wintune?
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