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Windows 7: Superfetch on or off?

13 Sep 2012   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

Sorry I did realize that. I think updates are important and should not be skipped, I only wanted to point out that every update does something, they make changes to the system. So I urge users to read up on them and known about what they do because If your not having a problem with something like USB support for example, and an update says it will fix USB ports not working correctly then why install that update when everything is already working correctly ? I am not saying to skip them but to be very careful and know what they are doing. I would not take updates lightly, they are powerful system changes that should be applied with care.

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13 Sep 2012   #22

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by boohbah View Post
just turned it back on and the ram is ticking around 85% with photoshop and bitorrent open also firefox, it seems to have settled , not sure what is making it slow when it is ,will keep an eye on things.
i do have 104 processes running have stopped a few things like yahoo messenger and win live messenger,
How can one wonder what is happing. I don't get it. Why is everybody puzzled.
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