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The Super Ping Mach II is designed to stop you wasting your time downloading from slow sites. Most files have a list of sites and ask you to choose the closest one to you. This is NOT always the fastest site. In fact it can be one of the slower sites. With the world at your fingertips why be trapped into downloading from your locality when the data may still have to travel through multiple servers and in fact take much longer than downloading from the other side of the world? The Super Ping Mach II gives you an easy efficient way to gauge the speed of those servers. Once opened it sits above all other applications. All you have to do is drag a URL over it, and it will tell you the speed you can expect from that site. It pings each site five times giving you each ping time as it happens followed by an average. You can also tray it if you want it out of the way. There are three different size options and it remembers your last settings every time you load the program. It was developed by us for us, we hated having to start a long download on three different sites without knowing which one is the fastest. It's about time something this useful, and easy to use was developed.
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License Purchase
File Size 1.34 MB
Version 1.3.1
Operating System Windows NT 4 Windows 95 Windows Windows 98
System Requirements Windows 95/98/NT4
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