Cacheman: Windows 10 optimize with profiles
Shovel free memoryThe free trial version is convincing apart from the unusable profiles with a large range of functions: At the top, Cacheman visualizes the load on your processor cores and RAM. Probably the most important function is “Recover RAM”: With this the software scooped up memory in the test: Initially 4.2 of 8 gigabytes (GB) of RAM were occupied, then only 2.7 GB. The reduction of the memory load of individual programs also worked reliably: As with the Windows Task Manager, the processes running in the background are listed. With chrome.exe marked, the context command “Reduce RAM consumption” created around 40 megabytes of free memory. Another function that the Windows Task Manager does not offer is “Restart process”: Programs that run unstable are reloaded into the RAM. If you load with a new PID (process ID), unsaved content, for example in the Notepad editor, is lost. It is questionable whether the features mentioned so far provide more speed. A performance injection may offer permanent optimizations: With “Core affinity (sticky)” you assign CPU cores to a process, with “Set priority (sticky)” you assign a performance level like “High”. The tuning is not lost when the process is terminated and restarted. Windows cannot do this.
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