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    Default Ramrush question.

    Hi.Im using Ramrush and not sure if it helps or slows down my pc,or even both.
    Is there anything better to use to stablize my pc?
    Thankyou in advance.
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    Waiting with bated breath tom,as i use it and haven't a clue what it does.



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    I am with you,tom.I arrived to the conclusion that is almost inefficient.
    What do you mean for stabilizing?...
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    Just so that if i got a few things running at the same time my pc dosnt crash algi.
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    All the software ive came across to boost/clean your ram are just crap. Just download Process Explorer and just kill or suspend any running processes that shouldnt be or not needed.
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    Cheers DMW,oh well thats Ramrush uninstalled.



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    Thanks D.M.W.
    Ill sort it after the football
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    Quote Originally Posted by DEAD_MAN_WALKING View Post
    All the software ive came across to boost/clean your ram are just crap. Just download Process Explorer and just kill or suspend any running processes that shouldnt be or not needed.
    I am surprised you reccomending Process Explorer without warning that "killing" or stopping processes is a very delicate matter.I dare to say that perhaps here there is only a bunch really knowing how to manage it properly.
    Tom,if I was you I would study it,but not touching.
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    Ive installed it and kept hold of Ramrush,just in case.Ive let P.E. run and had no probs so far,even though i dont know if its set up properly.I was hoping that someone who knows what they are doing and i can trush can have a wee look sometime at my pc through teamviewer.Cough,splutter.lol.
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    Default Autoruns for Windows v10.06

    Nice little too to check what services are starting with Windows.

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    This utility, which has the most comprehensive knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup monitor, shows you what programs are configured to run during system bootup or login, and shows you the entries in the order Windows processes them. These programs include ones in your startup folder, Run, RunOnce, and other Registry keys. You can configure Autoruns to show other locations, including Explorer shell extensions, toolbars, browser helper objects, Winlogon notifications, auto-start services, and much more. Autoruns goes way beyond the MSConfig utility bundled with Windows Me and XP....
    Runs on Vista and Windows 7 as well

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb963902.aspx

    No install needed and very handy to have it on an USB device. Very good for disabling unwanted start ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by algi View Post
    I am surprised you reccomending Process Explorer without warning that "killing" or stopping processes is a very delicate matter.I dare to say that perhaps here there is only a bunch really knowing how to manage it properly.
    Tom,if I was you I would study it,but not touching.
    I did say suspend also which is not as drastic as kill...

    But yes your right but a great program all the same. Notice my running processes seamonkey.exe i love it...

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