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The Millisleep application was designed to be a small console program that simply calls “sleep” for a specified number of milliseconds.
Useful if you need to do any waiting in your windows batch files but don’t feel like using the “official” sleep in the optional Windows Server 2003 resource kit.







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Millisleep Crack Mac supports scheduling a session of the specified length to begin, but not necessarily end, at a specified date and time. In other words, it’ll initiate a session, wait a specified period of time, and then terminate the session. See the description of the Start, Stop, and Sleep commands for other details.

It is only a console application so it uses ocx (TADOStDateTime) as its date/time type which supports all the features of the date/time libraries in Delphi (and probably any other language with RTTI available). In the early stages of development, it ran on Delphi 6 but now has been extensively tested on Delphi 7 and Delphi XE2.
There is a Windows Forms version, using Windows’ built in timer functions, but for most purposes, the console version will suffice.
Millisleep Activation Code Changelog:
Version 1.1
Updated for use with Delphi XE2
Added a Linux version that allows the user to schedule sleep, and wake up, at a specified time, with an optional number of seconds to wait at the scheduled time.
Version 1.2
Added more features, added even more testing, changed the whole application architecture in light of more recent Delphi and Windows releases, changed the codebase to try to keep the code clean, cleaner, and easier to maintain.
Added a GUI version of the application.
Added a test harness (interface) that will be able to convert time formats in which Millisleep is capable of representing into the Delphi dfm time units. This enables tests of the date/time libraries to be written, which is quite important if the current time format is not 100% compatible with the Delphi date/time format.
Corrected an error in the GUI timer routine, specifically with regards to the Windows equivalent of Millisleep scheduling.
Version 1.3
Corrected a bug in the wake up timer when the wake up time is an earlier date than the sleep time, and when the wake up time is later than the sleep time. This has been present in Version 1.2 but not fully noticed.
Version 1.4
Added a few more routine tests of the DFM date/time libraries.
Version 1.5
Corrected a bug with the release counting which caused the launch counter to reset when you launched the application. This may have caused some errors in past tests, but I still think they passed.
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Milliseconds sleep. Use Millisleep Cracked 2022 Latest Version to quickly sleep a process for a specified amount of time.
The waiting period is NOT limited to 100 ms. Millisleep will accurately timeout in the specified amount of time.

You can download the app from SourceForge in two flavours:

The demo version, which does not include the files needed to install the app on Windows 7 or XP
The complete installer from Windows 7 or XP


Install the app. You need a Windows 7/XP install disk.

Run the app by double-clicking the.msi.

Or run it from the app’s folder (C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\CONFIG\ or C:\Program Files\WINDOWS\Shared\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\CONFIG\)

Install the required files from the resources in the app’s folder.

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The Millisleep application was designed to be a small console program that simply calls “sleep” for a specified number of milliseconds.
If the requested sleep time is zero, this function will set the CPU to a mode equivalent to “halt”, and the system will behave as if the code is executing in the middle of a long CALL.
The Millisleep application returns the number of milliseconds actually slept.
Timing precision is not guaranteed on non-XP systems.

You can use this, too. It will work on even non-XP systems.


You could use this test script…
@echo off

setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion

for /f %%i in (‘cscript //nologo “%~f0” getprocessorcount ^|findstr /c:”total cpu”‘) do (
set /A total_cpu_count=%%i

setlocal DisableDelayedExpansion
for /f %%i in (‘cscript //nologo “%~f0” getprocessorcount ^|findstr /c:”total cpu”‘) do (
set /A total_cpu_count=%%i

if %total_cpu_count% LSS 1 set use_msleep=Y
if %total_cpu_count% LSS 0 set use_msleep=Y
if %use_msleep% equ Y (
call :run_sleep
echo set msleep done

SET /A total_cpu_count-=1
cscript //nologo “%~f0” setprocessorcount
echo unable to set processor count
set /a msleep=0
call :run_sleep
ECHO set msleep done
goto :eof

Essentially, the script will decrement the count of cpus as it sleeps. If the number of cpus decrements to zero then it sleeps for the indicated time in ms, returning msleep if successful.


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System Requirements:

Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) or macOS 10.12 Sierra.
CPU: Dual-core Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66GHz or better
Graphics: 256MB ATI or NVIDIA, or Intel GMA 950.
Minimum Storage: 5GB free disk space
CPU: Quad-core Intel Core i5 @ 2.7GHz or better