(PRWEB) May 12, 2014
Greatis Software, LLC is proud to announce the release of BootRacer 4.7 for business. This tool improves calculation accuracy to track PC startup time. BootRacer (http://www.bootracer.com) is a light-weight, convenient tool for measuring, tracking and analyzing Windows PC boot time. This tool measures exactly how long it takes the machine to load after it has been powered on. BootRacer enables users to diagnose machine performance by comparing current results with past performance. Additionally, this tool provides warnings when the PC is booting up slower than manufacture standards.
A main advantage of using BootRacer 4.7 is that it excludes the time taken to enter the login password from the total boot-up time. Some other benefits include ease-of-use and automatic boot time calculation. The program is free to use and requires minimal computer resources to function. Non-administrator accounts can run this software; it does not require special authorizatoin. It can be used by anyone, even by those with non-administrator rights. BootRacer logs all results into the history report and standard event log, with the capibility to check events using Windows Event Viewer.
Dmitry Sokolov, Chief Technology Officer comments, “BootRacer Enterprise is very effective in business environments. It monitors PC boot time and reports results into the SQL server database. BootRacer is designed for top performance. It does not require an expensive server.”
BootRacer Enterprise is a flexible system with available custom features upon client request. An evaluation version or BootRacer 4.7 is available by request at (http://www.greatis.com/bootracer/buy.htm).
The system requirements for BootRacer include a personal computer with Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Seven/2008/8 or higher and 20 MB of disk space. BootRacer is free for non-commercial use.
About Greatis Software, LLC
Greatis Software is a rapidly growing company based in Yaroslavl, Russia. It specializes in system software development and special software for developers.
Dmitry Sokolov, Chief Technology Officer
Greatis Software LLC
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