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  • How do I get more detail on the CPU usage in Windows Vista?November 11

    My computer shows 30-40% CPU usage and constantly 900Mb RAM usage (I assume just running Vista). The CPU usage is going down when my computer doesn't even have anything open or running. How can I get more information as to what my computer is actuall

  • How to monitor and kill a process automatically on windows by process name November 12

    Is there a program or utility to monitor the running process and automatically kill specific processes? My work laptop has a whole bunch of useless crap that I cannot uninstall. Some of these processes keeps popping a specific intervals and consume t

  • Application bandwidth monitorNovember 13

    Which is the best application bandwidth monitor for my windows machine? Some programs lurking in the background seems to pull up all the bandwidth and constraints my browsing experience. Are there programs to figure out bandwidth usage and show me a

  • Good Alternatives to Windows Task Manager

    Good Alternatives to Windows Task Manager January 30

    Does anyone know of any good free alternatives to the standard Windows Task Manager besides the Resource Monitor? I'm looking for a lightweight program that displays detailed info about my CPU, RAM, Hard Drive, processes, services, and etc. ---------

  • How to find memory hogs process explorer doesn't see

    How to find memory hogs process explorer doesn't see January 30

    Does anyone know of any good free alternatives to the standard Windows Task Manager besides the Resource Monitor? I'm looking for a lightweight program that displays detailed info about my CPU, RAM, Hard Drive, processes, services, and etc. ---------

  • Designing a ResourceManager classSeptember 9

    I've decided I want to write a central ResourceManager/ResourceCache class for my hobby game engine, but am having trouble designing a caching scheme. The idea is that the ResourceManager has a soft target for the total memory used by all the game's

  • Resource/Asset Manager September 9

    I've decided I want to write a central ResourceManager/ResourceCache class for my hobby game engine, but am having trouble designing a caching scheme. The idea is that the ResourceManager has a soft target for the total memory used by all the game's

  • How to keep a service from closing?February 15

    I am using the latest stock ROM for my phone (SGS3, Vodafone variant, although rooted) and I have installed a GPS live tracking program that stays on the taskbar as a service all the time (and that's the way I want it to). When I load up some RAM-hun

  • How to make sure, that certain functionality (like Alt+Ctrl+F1 switching into tty) is available in havily swapping system?May 27

    At the moment, when I accidentally launch application that eats a lot of memory (that causes system to heavily swap), the system become so unresponsive (waiting hours just to see the mouse move/or switching to the tty1 with Alt+Ctrl+F1) that it effec

  • How to lower OOM value of an app permanently?May 26

    I am not challenging Android's memory management technique (like killers do). I just want to give an app higher priority even when it's not in foreground or visible (with notification). AutoKiller Memory Optimizer is able to do it on rooted device, b

  • How to set OOM killer adjustments for daemons permanently?December 19

    Running some Linux servers with single or just a few vital system service daemons, I would like to adjust the OOM killer for those daemonized processes in case something odd happens. For example, today some Ubuntu server running MySQL got a killed My

  • How to increase the priority for a task permanently in linux machine?August 26

    How to increase the priority for a task in linux machine? What I've Done So Far: After small research i found that we can increase the priority to a task using NICE command and if we want to increase the priority for an existing task, then we can als

  • Adding priority to the task permanently on Linux machine

    Adding priority to the task permanently on Linux machineAugust 26

    How do I increase the priority for a task in Debian Linux system? After a little research I found that I can increase the priority to a task using nice command and if I want to increase the priority for an existing task then I can use the renice comm

  • How to permanently disable priority interruptions setting?December 1

    I'd like to revert to the pre-Android 5.0 Lollipop behaviour of having all notifications (including calls, messages and alerts) come through at all times. The problem is that whenever I configure the device to "always interrupt" after some time

  • Using efibootmgr to make drive a permanent boot priority without re-ordering the whole boot orderDecember 18

    I'm trying to write a script that runs at initramfs that uses efibootmgr to permanently set the highest boot priority without having to re-assign the boot order. efibootmgr -n 000A for example is perfect for this as it sets the drive 000A to be the b

  • How permanently change Linux swap disk priorityAugust 8

    I'm using two swap disks. Changing the order they are in in /etc/fstab and using pri in fstab doesn't seem to have any effect. This is what it looks like in the /etc/fstab: #swap on other disk UUID=90a1550c-84d6-4bde-8bc1-7c15292980f1 none swap sw,pr

  • change priority (nice value) of a program permanentlyMarch 22

    i am trying to change nice value to (-20) permanently for uget-gtk by using gnome-system-monitor. But when i end process and restart it again, nice value by default got (0). Is there a way to set nice value to (-20) permanently for uget-gtk. --------

  • Permanent aliases prioritySeptember 5

    So I've opened a wonderful world of aliases and immediately created a pack of aliases for using with Git and other tools. However it appears that some of the aliases I've declared were already reserved for some other programs, some of them are not ev

  • OOM killer killing things with plenty(?) of free RAM

    OOM killer killing things with plenty(?) of free RAMFebruary 22

    The OOM killer seems to be killing things despite having more than enough free RAM on my system: 27 minutes and 408 processes later, the system started responding again. I rebooted it about an hour after, and soon thereafter the memory utilization re

  • OOM killer not working?December 31

    For what I understand, when the system is close to have no free memory, the kernel should start to kill processes to regain some memory. But in my system this does not happen at all. Suppose a simple script that just allocates much more memory than t

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