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Windows 7: unloading dll's

26 Mar 2010   #21
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
memory improve master the box always unload dll's is now unchecked
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by logicearth View Post
Whatever "memory improve master" does, undo those and delete the application forever. Just going to mess your computer by using an application like that.
Unlike XP and Vista, Windows Seven does a really good and efficient job of managing memory and resources. Seven needs no 3rd part application to assist in managing memory. These memory management program usually make things worse and not better..

Logicearth gave you some good advice. Change everything back that his program did and uninstall it.


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26 Mar 2010   #22
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

Those keys doesn't exist on Windows 7...so you can delete them if you've created them manually...

After uninstall you're app "memory improve master", better check in registry twice it had removed the keys

I have been created those keys from a .reg in owned since XP...so i could easily locate them to delete...
And it does barely make no improvements or changes (I did got no issues at all, but...since it is not made for...), i tested it either on the RC.
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27 Mar 2010   #23
tz frantic

windows 7
 
 

but memory improve master on idea my memory was 20 percent and thanks to this it is at 16 percent
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27 Mar 2010   #24
logicearth

Windows 10 Pro (x64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
but memory improve master on idea my memory was 20 percent and thanks to this it is at 16 percent
Completely worthless on Windows 7. This application was made for Windows XP and its problems. Those memory problems in Windows XP do not exists in Windows 7.
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27 Mar 2010   #25
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
but memory improve master on idea my memory was 20 percent and thanks to this it is at 16 percent
You're system specs are quite good already....these was made for older system with lower perf disk and ram.

Of course it will work, as Win7 is build on a based NT kernel like most Windows OS....

The Main Problem is to know in longer time, the effect it'll have on the hardware such disk & ram...but since all hardwares are most improved now, should those tweaks being that good? I think it will burn your hardware in time.
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27 Mar 2010   #26
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
but memory improve master on idea my memory was 20 percent and thanks to this it is at 16 percent
Windows Seven handles memory management very differently than XP or Vista. Let me try to illustrate.

With older OS's as RAM usage became higher, the system would sometimes slow down while the memory was being cleared to make room for something else - like a new application being opened. Sometimes the system would even hang forcing a reboot. This does not happen with Seven.

With Seven, unused RAM is wasted RAM. Seven is designed to get the maximum usage and performance out of RAM. When Seven detects that RAM is getting full, it will clear some RAM by writing to the page file. It does this smoothly, rapidly, and quickly. You never even notice. This was definitely not the case with XP.

Look at it this way, you are in a lush setting with lakes and rivers. You can drink all of the water you want, swim, take four showers a day if you wish. Plenty of water. Now you are in the desert, you have five gallons of water to last you five days. You will mange that water and not waste it. You will drink slowly and will certainly not use it to bathe. This is the way Windows Seven manages RAM. When there is plenty of RAM, Seven uses it. When RAM starts getting full, Windows will clear what it needs and keep right on going. The user will never notice.

By using a memory management program, you are forcing Seven to manage memory differently than it is designed to do. While this may lower RAM usage, it is not necessarily efficient and can actually make the system slower while it clears memory and writes to the page file frequently. Because Windows is using 65% of the RAM does not mean it is inefficient; it means Windows is using available RAM for the best performance of the system. It will write to the page file long before it reaches the point of bogging down.

Right now, I am using 54% of my 2.5 MB of RAM. I have Outlook running with two open emails I am working on. I have two instances of Firefox open. One instance has six tabs open and the other has two tabs open. Plus I am running a homegroup network and three gadgets. I have never seen my RAM go beyond 67% and Seven's use of the page file is small and not frequent. In short, Windows does an excellent job of managing memory and system speed and performance. A third party memory management application is not needed and can adversely affect performance.
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27 Mar 2010   #27
CommonTater

XP Pro SP3 X86 / Win7 Pro X86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
but memory improve master on idea my memory was 20 percent and thanks to this it is at 16 percent
It looks to me like you are tripping over numbers, without looking at what they mean.

If you look in Resource Monitor you will likely see a very small percentage of "free" memory... This nothing you need to care about. Windows 7 caches a lot of stuf in memory but will release that memory on demand... It's not free... but it is available. On the Memory tab is a bar graph... anything in blue (of any shade) is immediately available for running software...
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27 Mar 2010   #28
stormy13
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Just like any other "memory optimizer" it is nothing but pure snake oil, doesn't help anything and can break things. If no one has looked,

Memory Improve Master Free Version - free memory, improve memory, memory optimizer

To the OP if you want to hamper performance with the possibility of breaking Windows you go right on using that program.
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28 Mar 2010   #29
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tz frantic View Post
but memory improve master on idea my memory was 20 percent and thanks to this it is at 16 percent
If you're still around, i'll suggest you this tutorial from Brink to speed up Win7...

Or maybe did you already knew it?

Anyway, here:
Optimize Windows 7
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