slows down PC performance by controlling the speed of program execution. This feature can be useful when running old processor-dependent programs on new PCs, particularly to decrease the speed of games, or to gain a better understanding of the sequences and functioning of programs.
Features of Bremze include: a large diapason of braking coefficients, braking level control, the ability to switch on and off by hot-keys, the ability to control output through PC speakers, and full command line control.
Bremze slows down both DOS and Windows programs. It includes versions for both 08h and 70h interrupts.