Two weeks ago we launched a New version (v1.5) of online CPU benchmark – SilverBench. This new version allows users to post comments — details about their tested machines. Of course these comments are optional and completely anonymous if user chooses to.
To be exact, the Feedback feature is used exactly 0 (zero, null, none) times. However SilverBench is used many, many times each day. If you look at the SilverBench results page, you can see, that from 5 – 10 people submit their benchmark scores every day.
So no one can predict, that after 22 weeks, the one of the most prominent features will not be used even single time.
P.S. Forgot to mention, that 36 days ago we launched HTTP Response header tool. An online tool, that can be used to view HTTP header stats and information for any site in the Internet.
This new (online) tool can be used like any old (offline) tool to view images embedded into executable (PE format) file.
Also, many properties of executable file are shown, like Date compiled – date when exe is build (not same as file date/time), minimum OS version, application manifest XML file, and more.
Here is an example of how it looks like for calc.exe file from Windows 7.