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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-01-2018, 03:55 PM - Thread Starter
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Another thing could be pre-fetching e.g the Superfetch service.
what does that mean?

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Another thing could be pre-fetching e.g the Superfetch service.
Yes, and depending on the update they're re-enabled, along with system restore, and the "fast boot" or whatever they're calling it these days. I've made it a routine after every major update to do most of the above, including a full power off at the PSU. Microsoft loves to re-enable "features" with updates, especially those they've removed from the general user accessibility like the settings tabs, etc. Also use something like System Ninja to check beyond, there's plenty of soft that knows how to hide startup ident in windows.

Pre-fetch / Superfetch: Windows stores common device drivers and applications in main memory in order to improve performance. Disable, especially with an SSD.

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what does that mean?
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"SuperFetch attempts to accelerate application launch times by monitoring and adapting to application usage patterns over periods of time, and caching the majority of the files and data needed by them into memory in advance so that they can be accessed very quickly when needed."

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I'm definitely not in the unused memory is wasted memory camp, clear that garbage out. I decide whats running / loading, I'm not using a PATA 5400 rpm drive, thanks Windows 10, I got this.

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Maybe trying disabling Network Data Usage Monitoring Driver will work;

Start CMD as administrator,and write;

sc config ndu start= disabled

Enter and restart.

See if that works..

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okay, had enough trying multi combo's and formatted 3 times yesterday to single out specific drivers and finally a light bulb went off in my head! I simpley DISABLED the Killer NIC in the bios, and here is my mem usage now..... Finally back to normal. So something in the windows update and killer network drivers where not happy with each other. So now im just using the built in Intel AC wireless, and being 4 ft from the router, speeds are the same.
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