Πέμπτη, 17 Φεβρουαρίου 2011

Linux Time in Windows Console ( PTIME )

Hey there, it has been a while since my last post.

Anyway, if you are a programmer, you know that the faster your program is the better.


Thats why there is a command on linux that is called "time".
Here is the documentation of it by the way.
http://linux.about.com/library/cmd/blcmdl1_time.htm


But what if you are programming on windows and you want to know much time does the program do to run?

Here it is:

PTIME

Ptime is a program that runs on Windows Console and it can time the execution time of a program.
This is where you can download the program.
If the link is broken then try google.

Now as I understand, you will not want  to copy ptime on a diffrent directory whenever the program you want to time is on a diffrent directory.
What to do?
Simply drop the ptime executable into the "Windows/System32" directory and you are done.

In no way do I claim to be the author of this program.
The original author of the program is Jem Berkes <jberkes@pc-tools.net>.