The Torkils Task Switcher is a simple free task switcher application. It uses a hot key combination to switch between active windows, and allows to customize the hotkeys. The design of the task switcher is easy to use and comes with many options to personalize.
Torkils Task Switcher
The task switcher is intended to be used in conjunction with a hotkey combination. The task switcher allows you to switch between the windows in a specified application, so you can focus on one particular window at a time. The default hotkeys are different depending on your system. For instance, on Windows 7, the default hotkey combination is Alt+Tab.
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– Configurable shortcuts
– Configuration file for configuration and setup
– Small memory footprint
– Password protected administration
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– Set hotkeys to switch to the next and previous window
– Display window titles
– CMD hotkeys for both default and personal hotkeys
– Set single hotkey for reboot
– GUI for configuration
– Supports both keyboard and mouse hotkeys
– Supports both folder windows and single window tabs
– Number of windows to keep in memory
– Works with both Windows and Linux
– Works both with desktops and notebooks
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– Supports hotkey group management
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– Set hotkeys for window maximization
– Set hotkeys for window minimize
– Drag&drop and dual click
– Full keyboard support
– No irritating GUI
– Supports both maximize and minimize windows
– Set hotkey to hide and show the system tray icon
– Allows to customize the settings using an easy to use text file
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Welcome to the new and improved, “Heaven Benchmark 2.0” version.
Not just another benchmark.
The original Heaven Benchmark was a public disclosure of my findings that suggested my phone’s processor was capable of astonishing benchmarks in real life usage. It also showed how far the processor was from my expectations and how much more the code had room to run.
So, how did I do it?
First, I used the Android version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for testing, with the processor set at the default: 2.3 GHz quad core. The firmware version I used was N900APV2.5.
I removed the Samsung “Heaven” app that comes with the firmware and replaced it with standard stock software (Sense). I then gave the Note 2 a few games, a few CPU intensive apps, and a few performance test apps.
My findings were then repeated using a Samsung Galaxy Nexus with 2.3 GHz quad core and Sense firmware with the same apps and tests.
I found that I could get my data from the Android version of Heaven Benchmark to be true on the Nexus, though I never saw 2.3 GHz max on either version of the Note 2, but 2.2 GHz max is what I got on both.
I found that I could get the Nexus version to match the Note 2 data. I could also get the Note 2’s cache usage to be between 60% and 90% of the memory.
How did I do it?
I built my own kernel and set the maximum physical RAM to 512 MB. The cache is physical RAM that can be accessed from all 4 cores.
With the Galaxy Note 2, I only saw the cache hit ratios about 80% of the time, but they still were always above 60%.
I ran the test while the phone was asleep and not plugged in. The cache was always within a 10% variation from the 512 MB figure.
I had to use the “new” scheduler, so the 2.3 GHz Max setting was a good test for that one. This has a potential downside that the user has to configure things.
There are also now 2 free RAM settings, the first being the automatic, so the user doesn’t have to worry about physical RAM. The second is the virtual RAM. I’m not sure if that is just for testing, but this is the value used by Heaven Benchmark.
I can’t guarantee that my findings from the phone are not from