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Which means...... 2015.


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yeah lol, i might just skip vista tbh...or maybe dual boot, I'm quite contempt with XP for the moment.
Oh and its ''CONTENT'' not contempt lol
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Vista uses 80% of my 1gb of ram. I dont care so much about it using all my ram, i care more about the extra processes running that use all my frickin processing power.

I get so pissed when im trying to browse files in windows explorer and it is so laggy because my processor is at 100%. That is so annoying, i understand that it is trying to "superfetch" but that should never take noticeable performance away from what the actual user is trying to do.

I am in no way bashing vista. I like vista and i realize that i am running outdated hardware. BUT, vista should be smart enough to realize that it shouldnt be using 100% of my processor while im trying do other tasks.
Well it's because you're running Vista on hardware that should be running XP.....no offense, but that's just how it is. My work PCs both have P4s and they even choke with several apps open in XP.
Always upgrade your hardware before software.

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Oh and its ''CONTENT'' not contempt lol
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Well it's because you're running Vista on hardware that should be running XP.....no offense, but that's just how it is. My work PCs both have P4s and they even choke with several apps open in XP.
Always upgrade your hardware before software.



Ok, that's not what im talking about at all if you would have read my post. I said that all i am doing is using windows explorer to browse the directories on my computer. The backround processes of vista are what is taking up my cpu resources.

Vista should be smart enough to realize that "superfetching" and "indexing" is not a good idea if i am in the middle of a task.

Why can't it wait until my pc is idling rather than push my cpu to 100% while i am working?


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TrustedInstaller.exe has to do with the vista UAC. It allows for standard users to act as administrators to install certain things.
EDIT: Also has to do with windows update, Whenever it's utilizing 100% of your CPU usage, That usually means its checking for updates via Windows Update. You can turn it off through adminstrative tools. Just disable Windows Module Installer. But only do this if you plan to regularly check for updates manually.

Should i not heed this warning?
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Description: Enables installation, modification, and removal of Windows updates and optional components. If this service is disabled, install or uninstall of Windows updates might fail for this computer.
According to this some updates might fail, or is that only for non-administrators?

P.S. I have UAC disabled already.
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You can disable it through admistrative tools, But it is not recommended. its called Windows Module Installer.

EDIT: Forgot to mention that you can just open your start menu and type services into the search bar and hit enter. and then scroll to the W's and look for windows module installer. So much simpler than going through control panel & admin tools
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You can disable it through admistrative tools, But it is not recommended. its called Windows Module Installer.

EDIT: Forgot to mention that you can just open your start menu and type services into the search bar and hit enter. and then scroll to the W's and look for windows module installer. So much simpler than going through control panel & admin tools
lmao, yes i did that. Did you not see where i showed you the warning that it says. It says that if windows module installer is disabled, then updates may fail. Does that mean that just checking for updates will fail, or that the actual installation of the updates will fail?

I already check manually for updates, but i dont want any problems installing the updates.
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lmao, yes i did that. Did you not see where i showed you the warning that it says. It says that if windows module installer is disabled, then updates may fail. Does that mean that just checking for updates will fail, or that the actual installation of the updates will fail?

I already check manually for updates, but i dont want any problems installing the updates.

Lol sorry. I was half asleep when I posted that.

Set it to Manual. Instead of Automatic, That way it only runs when YOU and only YOU check for updates and choose to install them. That should solve the problem.

EDIT: Another thing, It not only checks for updates, But also checks for solutions to problems that windows has found. So to fix it from doing that do this


Start > Control Panel > Classic View > Problem Reports and Solutions > Clear Solution and Problem History > (Confirm that you want to clear the history) > Close the control panel

Another, possibly more permanent solution, IF your unique problem consists of the problem reports and solutions thing. Set it to "Ask me to check if a problem occurs"
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Unless you disabled Superfetch Vista should be using all but a few KBs of RAM, but of course that extra RAM usage is from cache (-ing?) programs and files to load them faster.

Though, pretty much everyone on this forum knows that, besides the very few Vista bashers which don't know anything about Vista.
I'm using superfetch, Vista usually keeps my ram around 1gb used, however, it truly doesn't require it. My requirements for running Vista, my anti-virus, and Windows Sidebar is ~365mb.

Without disabling superfetch, there is still an easy way to test this. Using MemTest, run it with the Use All RAM option, let it run 10 seconds, stop it, run it again for 10 seconds, stop it. This is about how much RAM usually Vista really needs.
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Didn't XP first come out in 2001? Are people seriously planning on using it NINE YEARS afterward?


I love Vista, but if I'm still using it in 2017, punch me right in the nose.
Hey I just found out that my next upgrade game will be Vista only(Alan Wake). Other than that, YES I had planned on sticking with XP at least through 2008 and possibly through 2010 because 2007 showed no real advantage for me to switch. Aero isn't all that, ditto for DX10, I'm on the fence about Superfetch, and the UAC pisses me off. Then you factor in an OEM price-tag that rivals a decent graphics card or CPU and frankly Vista becomes something that a lot of us can do without. It is better... at some things, and that isn't enough to justify the expense.

If the PC version of Alan Wake is DX9, then I guaranty that I'll wait for the XP crack.
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Then you factor in an OEM price-tag that rivals a decent graphics card or CPU and frankly Vista becomes something that a lot of us can do without.
$110 at newegg. That doesn't rival any decent CPU or Graphics Card, well, I guess it depends on your definition of decent.
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