NonCompressibleFiles

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NonCompressibleFiles

#1 Post by Checker » Fri Mar 30, 2012 12:24 pm

NonCompressibleFiles is a small portable program that allows you to create on the fly one or more non-compressible files, or maximum compressible files.

The purpose of the program is that you can do various tests with these files, such as to test compression programs on their performance, or other programs, such as FTP programs to determine when the transmission of the data is compressed or not, or test the behavior of several files. Similarly, solid state drives, where data is compressed to increase performance.

With this program you can create thousands of files to test the behavior of programs or hardware (eg pci-e ssd) in multiple files test.

# Features:
- Very small program
- User-definable number of files
- Adjustable size of files
- Creation of non-compressible files
- Creation of maximum compressible files (zero files)
- Portable

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Re: NonCompressibleFiles

#3 Post by guinness » Fri Mar 30, 2012 1:29 pm

Tested: Portable

Creates a hidden file called NonCompressibleFiles.ini in the application's folder. To overcome this just create a file called NonCompressibleFiles.ini before you run the application. I don't really understand why developers set the ini file as hidden, I don't purely on the basis that if someone is going to play around with the ini they will have a basic understand of computers, as most don't touch them due to fear of breaking something.
Added 179 Applications: Portable

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