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WebSpeed Simulator for Windows® 95/98/NT/Me/2000/XP

WebSpeed Simulator helps you design more efficient web pages by previewing your web page at the speed of real world dial-up connections. You can avoid designing pages that look great on your LAN but are too slow for the real internet. If you use Flash or Java you can preview how it will load in conjunction with the rest of your site. Errors that might not be visible during design, are readily identified. This saves you design time because you can preview off-line and simulate any connection speed more efficiently. 

Most designers only see their web site design at full speed on a company LAN or hard disk. The reality is that real world connections are much slower especially on the other side of the world or on a busy day at peak times. Your customers may be having to wait for 80% of the page and graphics to download before they see anything but a blank page.

WebSpeed Simulator will show you how your web site will look when the Internet is under heavy load. WebSpeed Simulator shows you if your pages load in an unexpected order and can identify poorly optimized graphics and HTML. WebSpeed Simulator lets you adjust the speed of the simulated Internet connection to view the effect of different Internet loads.

Armed with this information you can ask your web site designers to improve and optimize your site so that it will look its best under all Internet conditions.

WebSpeed Simulator can emulate an HTTP server right on your desktop PC. Without uploading to your web server you can vary Internet load conditions with a few simple commands.  WebSpeed Simulator can also work with dynamic web sites (e.g. ASP).

WebSpeed Simulator helps you design more efficient web pages by previewing your web page at the speed of real world dial-up connections. Errors that are not visible during design, are readily identified. You can preview your web site design off-line and simulate any connection speed efficiently. This especially useful for Flash and Java applet design allowing you to see how preloading and streaming are working.

Most designers only see their web site design at full speed on a company LAN or hard disk. The reality is that real world connections are much slower especially on the other side of the world or on a busy day at peak times. Your customers may be having to wait for 80% of the page and graphics to download before they see anything but a blank page.

User comment:

"Really, the word 'indispensable' is not an exaggeration. It's definitely the tool all web developers must have. For Java applet developers, it has even more interest because it allows monitoring the way classes are loaded. I made several interesting discovering in that field concerning the way classes and archives are cached by different browsers. I also discovered that dynamic class loading does not work exactly like expected."

Features:

See how your web site will look on slow links
Make sure text and graphics are loading as you expect
Highlight HTML and Java coding errors
Quality check the designs of your authoring company
Simulate speeds from 1200 bps crawl to LAN speed
View statistics and download times
Identify areas of your site that could be speeded up
Works with dynamic HTML and ASP sites
Safe to try: does not interfere with you machine setup or network

Download

Download 302K - fully working trial of WebSpeed Simulator Version 3.00

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Screen Shot

The screen shot below shows WebSpeed Simulator in action. The WebSpeed Simulator window (in the background) shows statistics of web access as your pages are displayed. The browser window shows how your page looks on a slow link.

Click on the image below for a bigger view.

WebSpeed Optimizer Screen Shot


 
 

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