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Feature Requests / Re: No balloons
« Last post by ellison on July 06, 2015, 12:46:36 PM »
I apologize.

The problem is notification overload. We have to add both throttles and plenty of new user toggles for every type of event you'd like to be notified of.

What events are you most interested in seeing?
Hi Jeremy..
Id like to see balloon notifications for apps that may be consuming lots of processor activity over a period of time.Also possibly balloons showing probalance insight ,as usually apps consuming most cpu are on the insight list too.I dont know if its possible but perhaps a limit could be implemented whereby if an app consumed an average of say 20% cpu over 1o mins then perhaps a balloon notification could be shown.It would be even cooler if the limits could be user set.I know I can open main PL window to see these things but i think a balloon is much more convienient.
thanks
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This tiny non-issue in fact was related to a connectivity check and not to the update check : OK

I'm no specialist (I eat without cooking!) but I imagine this type of tiny little bug with no incidence whatsoever on the program itself can be the toughest to find precisely because it is not in a heavy cause to consequence scheme...

So, my wandering made Jeremy land on a small ratio consequence/cause brain exercise :) Anyway, happy to know the origin has ben spotted and solved with PL 8.5.5.5 beta, and thanks for having taken the time to resolve what was obviously not a flaw at all.



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True that.
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Process Lasso / Re: SmartTrim - The first smart virtual memory trimmer
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on July 06, 2015, 11:50:06 AM »
As Ed said, yes *all* criteria must match, the interval is just how often it will even check for the system for matching criteria to initiate a trim.
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Process Lasso / Re: SmartTrim - The first smart virtual memory trimmer
« Last post by edkiefer on July 06, 2015, 06:11:02 AM »
hi, i have a question regarding smarttrim related settings and its triggers:

after manually turning on smart trim, there's two settings by default--trim every 15 minutes in "periodic times trim" and 65% for "never act until RAM load exceeds". I'm curious, does this default setting mean trim will only kick in when *both* criteria match? (i.e. using 65% or more RAM load *AND* only when triggered every 15 minutes) Or, will it trim every 15 minutes, *and also* every time when 65% or more memory is used? Couldn't find helpful documentation via help, so this is my first time accessing forum  ;D

anyhow, amazing addition especially for users like me whose company mandatory security software bloat which does nothing (so cpu use is almost none) but sucks up immense memory (like 1gb one time I checked) sits on work pc but cannot choose to kill it either. such software needs to slim down but using conventional ram optimizer (cleanmem...) will slow down my running processes every time it runs so I kind of gave up on running more programs...maybe until now.
Hi,  how it works is this .
the trim interval is just that, it will check and trim ever 15min, or whatever you set , if your settings (see advanced config settings) don't trigger any trims then, nothing happens .

The two threshold triggers are if your ram usage goes above the 65% mark and you have processes using more than "min process working set " ,then a trim will happen.
If neither of above are met , then no trim happens at each trim interval .
These adjustments are under advanced configurations smartTrim settings .

Hope this helps understand better , also make sure all smartTrim logs are enabled to better see how it works, at least in beginning, 

What you can do, this depends on how much memory in your system and the app you run .
You can set top slider to like 65-85% and then set second slider (min processes working set ...) to a value greater than small app use, this adjustment fine tunes when trim will happen on a process/app at the the usage mark threshold you chose .
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Feature Requests / Re: No balloons
« Last post by BenYeeHua on July 06, 2015, 04:52:00 AM »
Gaming Mode enabled, Power Plans changed, smarttrim happened? :)
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Yup, but open source driver might also increase the chance of getting much more vulnerability showing up, and forcing average user that using aftermarket firmwares facing vulnerability, I guess? :)
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Process Lasso / Re: SmartTrim - The first smart virtual memory trimmer
« Last post by culinary on July 06, 2015, 04:18:49 AM »
just adding to my post above:
for myself, I am not a big fan of trimming memory unless it bars me from launching a program so i'd like to configure it to run *only* when my memory is running out(so 65% or more as set by default), whether it be 15 minutes or every time it needs to is less of a concern. i hope i could learn how to tweak it to do such.
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Process Lasso / Re: SmartTrim - The first smart virtual memory trimmer
« Last post by culinary on July 06, 2015, 04:11:29 AM »
hi, i have a question regarding smarttrim related settings and its triggers:

after manually turning on smart trim, there's two settings by default--trim every 15 minutes in "periodic times trim" and 65% for "never act until RAM load exceeds". I'm curious, does this default setting mean trim will only kick in when *both* criteria match? (i.e. using 65% or more RAM load *AND* only when triggered every 15 minutes) Or, will it trim every 15 minutes, *and also* every time when 65% or more memory is used? Couldn't find helpful documentation via help, so this is my first time accessing forum  ;D

anyhow, amazing addition especially for users like me whose company mandatory security software bloat which does nothing (so cpu use is almost none) but sucks up immense memory (like 1gb one time I checked) sits on work pc but cannot choose to kill it either. such software needs to slim down but using conventional ram optimizer (cleanmem...) will slow down my running processes every time it runs so I kind of gave up on running more programs...maybe until now.
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Glad you got it working. I apologize for the trouble and am actively looking into what is gong on. I should have it resolved very soon, certainly before final.
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