Re: [NTLK] Two Modern Win32 slowdown.exe alternatives, one free

From: Alex Perez <>
Date: Sun Nov 05 2006 - 07:18:52 EST

Alex Perez wrote:
> There is, however, a more-elegant solution. The product Mo'Slo, which
> has been around since the DOS days (I remember using it there) is a
> damned fine Windows slowdown application, if not the finest. It actually
> installs a kernel-mode driver shim into Win2K/XP which slows down the
> *application* and not your CPU, by simply munching up cycles. You need
> the biz/professional version, which is only USD $25, four more dollars
> than the non-pro version.
> I bought a copy of this software, and the nicest thing about it is that
> it allows you to create a shortcut directly to NCU.exe which slows down
> that one single app sufficiently, not your whole system. I am able to
> reliably sync at 57600 with it.

Sorry to reply to myself, but the link to the Mo'Slow4BIZ is at

and, if you order using the online system, you will get a download link
within a few minutes sent to your e-mail address.

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