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DiskSpeed32 running on Windows 2000.

DiskSpeed32 is a hard disk drive speed measuring utility written and maintained by Victor M. Grinenko. Since its release in 1998, the program was published in various computer magazines worldwide.[1][2]


DiskSpeed32 was written for Microsoft Windows 9x and NT families. Noteworthy is that different functions are available for the different OS types. The program can analyse FAT/FAT32 and NTFS file systems, and display the results graphically.

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