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WinSock v3.20 - Windows benchmark test.
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WinSock v3.20 – Windows benchmark test.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
COMPAQM.TXT 1780 891 deflated
COMPAQM.WSK 6415 2223 deflated
README.TXT 1364 686 deflated
TOOLHELP.DLL 14128 8552 deflated
WIND3031.TXT 1501 739 deflated
WIND3031.WSK 5132 750 deflated
WINDSOCK.EXE 444160 114036 deflated
WINDSOCK.HLP 78017 28317 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file



WindSock 3.20 - Windows Performance Analysis Utility
FreeWare by Chris Hewitt
Copyright (c) 1992, 1993 Technical Pixies


This package consists of the following files:

README.TXT- This File
TOOLHELP.DLL- MicroSoft's ToolHelp DLL for Windows
WINDSOCK.EXE- WindSock 3.20 Program
WINDSOCK.HLP- WindSock 3.20 Help File
COMPAQM.WSK - WindSock Stat File
COMPAQM.TXT - Commentary for COMPAQM.WSK
WIND3031.WSK - WindSock Stat File
WIND3031.TXT - Commentary for WIND3031.WSK

In order to install WindSock 3.20:

1) Check to see if you already have a TOOLHELP.DLL in your Windows
directory. If you do, check it's date stamp. If it is older than
the TOOLHELP.DLL included in this package, replace it with this
one, otherwise leave it.

NOTE: If you have an old version of Dr. Watson DO NOT delete your
current TOOLHELP.DLL. The two DLLs are incompatible and you will
not be able to run DR. Watson with the later one. Get a new version
of Dr. Watson. In the meantime you will have to alternate the DLLs
to run both products.

2) Copy the all the files to a directory on your hard disk. The windows
directory is OK but C:\WINDSOCK or whatever is probably easier to
manage.

3) Use File...New in the program manager to add the WINDSOCK.EXE to
one of your program groups.



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