Published On : Mon, Nov 10th, 2014

City lad develops software that multiplies computer speed to many times!


Software-DevelopmentNagpur: Taking the city’s innovation scenario to new level, a budding brain from Nagpur has come up with computer software that increases speed of a computer in enormous proportions. Moreover, the software ‘GK Compute Scanner’ has passed all the tests. After the successful tests, the pioneer of super computer Dr Vijay Bhatkar too has recognized the feat.

Vishal WarudkarThe 24-year old engineer Vishal Warudkar, resident of Dhammadeep Nagar in Nagpur, has developed the software “GK Compute Scanner.” The software increases speed of a computer in greater magnitude. The gadget was tested by Dr Bhatkar in three software companies and passed the tests with aplomb. After the successful tests of the software, Dr Bhatkar has offered Vishal Warudkar 60 percent shares in one of his companies.

Interestingly, Vishal could not complete his further studies after XII Standard due to poor financial condition. He independently studied software engineering and developed this software.


The software developed by Vishal Warudkar will provide huge benefit to the computer buffs who get bogged down by the slow speed of their stuff as it will complete the complicated operations within seconds. Earlier, the first tests of the software were carried out by some technical experts namely Abhilash Pansare, Asha Patil, Atul Charpe, Ravindra Fulzele, Swapnil Gajbhiye and others. The software is being seen in the form of a new invention which is capable of increasing the speed of computers manifold. Moreover, the budding engineer Vishal Warudkar has procured patent for his invention.

What’s special?

This software runs in all operating systems of Windows and facilitates computer speed 5 to 7 times more. The gadget stops computers from hanging, too. Moreover, it can also increase speed of laptops and smart phones by 70 percent and lessens the use of CPU. The high RAM applications get opened in a shorter time. Vishal Warudkar, who teaches students English as a part-timer, has developed the software in a period of three years. The next two years were devoted for testing purpose. The software is available on Internet.

The inspiration

For Vishal Warudkar, a computer was an interesting subject since his childhood. He was craving for developing software but the right path was eluding him. Interviews of Bill Gates broadcast by TV channels turned out be his inspiration and later a bank visit fortified his resolve. During the visit to a bank, Vishal was disgusted to find slow speed of computer that forced his work for the next day. This slow speed of the bank computer, in fact, worked as motivation for Vishal to do something to rid the nagging problem. And the software “GK Compute Scanner” is the result.