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  1. Posts : 2,068
    Windows 10 Pro
       #11

    At the end of the day, if you are having problems with performance I would expect you to look for the culprits and fix it. Everybody uses different apps and different versions and we all have different experiences.

    I have run windows 10 on devices with 8, 16, 32 and 64gb of ram. Haven't really experienced any RAM related issues on any of them. However, each has had a different workload and different set of
    Applications and hardware.

    Since moving to all ssd's, I have rarely experienced any hiccups or laggy performance. Swapping out to my SSD is very fast, but one with an older spinning disk might have a radically different experience.
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  2. Posts : 5,038
    Windows 10/11 Pro x64, Various Linux Builds, Networking, Storage, Cybersecurity Specialty.
       #12

    Strictly, IMHO -

    All these memory management programs are useless with Windows 10.
    Don't load your system with unnecessary utilities.

    FWIW.
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  3. Posts : 5,377
    Windows 11 Home
       #13

    Compumind said:
    All these memory management programs are useless with Windows 10.
    This software was made, because of memory issues in Windows 10.

    Intelligent standby list cleaner v1.0.2.2 Released | Wagnardsoft

    Not to mention, that no one is using just Windows. Most memory leaks are caused by other software/drivers.
    CleanMem was designed to deal with memory leak within Firefox, but it works for any other leaks as well.
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  4. Posts : 5,038
    Windows 10/11 Pro x64, Various Linux Builds, Networking, Storage, Cybersecurity Specialty.
       #14

    TairikuOkami said:
    This software was made, because of memory issues in Windows 10.
    I must be very lucky then, since I have experienced very few issues with W10 memory management.

    Does MS know of these particular issues?
    Is there a outstanding list?

    TIA

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  5. Posts : 6,249
    22H2 64 Bit Pro
       #15

    pparks1 said:
    At the end of the day, if you are having problems with performance I would expect you to look for the culprits and fix it. Everybody uses different apps and different versions and we all have different experiences.

    I have run windows 10 on devices with 8, 16, 32 and 64gb of ram. Haven't really experienced any RAM related issues on any of them. However, each has had a different workload and different set of
    Applications and hardware.

    Since moving to all ssd's, I have rarely experienced any hiccups or laggy performance. Swapping out to my SSD is very fast, but one with an older spinning disk might have a radically different experience.
    No performance issues here. Using SSD. Firefox uses RAM not pagefile on my machine. However I always find system is snappier and more responsive when using the aforementioned utility even after a fresh install of Windows.

    On Windows 7 I was using CleamMem with similar results.
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  6. Posts : 1,621
    Windows 10 Home
       #16

    I'm with Callender, there are times when I have used a memory manager just to see what is under the memory hood. I have rarely cleaned a small to medium portion of memory, because in the past, trying to clean memory sometimes leads to more HDD pagework (whatever that FIL file was called.
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  7. Posts : 5,038
    Windows 10/11 Pro x64, Various Linux Builds, Networking, Storage, Cybersecurity Specialty.
       #17

    Keep in mind...

    Sometimes it's the Application/Driver's fault, not the OS.
    Poor design can ruin anything.

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  8. Posts : 119
    Windows 10 Pro
       #18

    The Pool Man
    Great little program to flush memory.
    I use it prior to running my video editing software to save some space when rendering DVD videos.
    Clears a few Gig an that helps a lot. when I only have 16GB
    Thanks
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  9. Posts : 1,020
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 19042.572
       #19

    First off, I didn't mean to incite riot here, but your current "My system specs" are not what you showed in the third post. Your current specs is what I had to deal with.

    Also not much of a fan of memory managers. Win XP was the last MS OS that needed some help, but since then I never see any video lagging on any of my machines. I decided to run a test on my Second System (you can view it in my system specs). I ran 4 FireFox sessions each one running youtube videos. There was no lagging anyplace that I could see (switching between tabs many times). In use memory climbed to 80% of the 8gb at the beginning and then settled in at 6gb as all 4 playing. Standby memory settled at 2gb. I let it run for 15 min and it never changed. I seen a couple of hard Faults, but nothing major. I then added 2 more apps running (Ring video app running MP3's) and a new EDGE session running a single MP3 video. In use memory then jumped to 7gb while Standby went down to 1gb. How ever after 2 minutes, In use memory dropped down to 6gb and standby came up to 2gb.

    I noticed no lags, there were no delays between tasks switching and each video was still playing.

    I still believe its the difference in CPU. There is never no substitute for that.

    Have fun your memory managers.
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  10. Posts : 450
    Windows 10 Pro
       #20

    storageman said:
    First off, I didn't mean to incite riot here, but your current "My system specs" are not what you showed in the third post. Your current specs is what I had to deal with.

    Also not much of a fan of memory managers. Win XP was the last MS OS that needed some help, but since then I never see any video lagging on any of my machines. I decided to run a test on my Second System (you can view it in my system specs). I ran 4 FireFox sessions each one running youtube videos. There was no lagging anyplace that I could see (switching between tabs many times). In use memory climbed to 80% of the 8gb at the beginning and then settled in at 6gb as all 4 playing. Standby memory settled at 2gb. I let it run for 15 min and it never changed. I seen a couple of hard Faults, but nothing major. I then added 2 more apps running (Ring video app running MP3's) and a new EDGE session running a single MP3 video. In use memory then jumped to 7gb while Standby went down to 1gb. How ever after 2 minutes, In use memory dropped down to 6gb and standby came up to 2gb.

    I noticed no lags, there were no delays between tasks switching and each video was still playing.

    I still believe its the difference in CPU. There is never no substitute for that.

    Have fun your memory managers.
    Remember, each custom pc is most likely unique to another. You're less likely to have the same hardware setup much less the same software setup (including browser addons/plugins and choice of Antivirus/Firewalls). There are lots of variables that can be different here from: mobo to cpu to gpu to psu to brand of ram used and then we can move on to firmwares/drivers; being outdated can cause issues.

    Now with that said, I've used ram cleaning programs like the ones mentioned in the past and they do make a noticable difference that you can see on low to mid end hardware specs. You're personal experience certainly does not reflect the experience another user maybe having.

    Also The Pool Man, you can fill in the rest of your hardware specs (which is recommended), here.
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