Lately I've solved a few problems that include the number of divisors of N in their complexity. Now I'm a person that loves to know exactly the complexity of his algorithms so I tried to look around the web for the values and I read from wikipedia the Divisor Function page, but I couldn't find what I'm looking for (it might've been there, I had tough time understanding most of their explanations).
So suppose D(n) is the number of divisors of n. I'm looking for a good bound on D(n) expressed using n.
Note that it is very easy to see and prove that D(n)<2*sqrt(n), but I did some tests and I believe a stronger (not much stronger but still stronger) bound should exist. Sorry if the answer is already described somewhere online, I had tough time finding it.
Thanks in advance!