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Levels. Any loading possible.

The program can keep busy any CPU with any number of cores or gigahertz. Loading can be closely controlled from very light till squeezing all juices out of the computer.



Loading is controlled by following parameters:


The number of involved CPU cores depends on the number of active threads.


Duplication of program instances.
Allows add more stress or apply different pattern. The new instance runs with the same settings as the starting one.

Under extremal parameters the program may become unstoppable! You may need to restart the computer if that happens.

Getting familiar with the program:

  • Better close all programs, which may corrupt data due to abnormal restart.
  • Setup shorter periods of time.
  • Begin with number of threads, not exceeding the number of CPU cores.
  • Don't apply maximal execution priorities.


Patterns. Control stress dynamics.

The program allows changing stressing over time.

Pick up a stress pattern.

Diagrams show total CPU usage from all running threads.

Multiple running threads may push the CPU usage up and smooth the chart.

Control. Single click, single press.

In addition to the big buttons for starting and stopping stressing, there are hot keys for quick control over behavior.

Start stressing

or Enter

Stop stressing

or Esc

Open another instance


Save settings

Ctrl + S


Signals. You always keep control!

You can keep working in other applications, but the program won't let you miss start or end of loading.

Start countdown.
You see the time remaining till stress beginning in the program and in the Task Panel.

Start/Stop notifications.
The program button blinks in the Task Panel on start or end of stressing.

Elapsed time indicator.
For Windows 7 and higher, the elapsed time is shown in the Task Panel.

The application itself also has the indicator (for any Windows version).

Pin the window.
Pin the window to see all information even when switching to other programs.


Colors signal about execution of stressing.
Easy to track even when you are focused on another program.

When you start multiple threads, the program tells you all details about running and stopped threads:

Shows how many threads were created.
Shows how many threads are running.
Shows how many threads yet to stop.
Shows how many threads in total did work during stressing.

The program shows runing in Kernel Mode with different color on the stress diagram: