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I really like the idea of this software, although I'm not sure how useful it will be to me lol. I'm going to install it anyway :) Thank you for sharing your apps, their great!

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Thank you for continuing to update this great software! I cannot use my PC without Screenshot Captor now :)

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Ah yes, that makes sense. Yes, this machine is much more better than my last build - I'm still playing some of my old 32bit games on it, I don't want to give them up :)
Okay, so I'll try and lower the priority of some of the listed process (that Firefox is a monster!)
Thank you!

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Thanks! Just a couple of questions, how does this version work with 32bit games? I play some on a 64build Windows 10 system, they don't show up on the process list (unless I uncheck 'Hide 1% Normal CPU).
Is that working right? They always showed on the last version, which I assume was the 32bit version. Their usage was much higher than 1% too. I actually found that version to be doing more with them than this one and the games didn't lag as much with v.2.11.01 as they do using the 64build Process Tamer.
Can you explain why there are such differences and which one I should use for lag-free gaming?


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Is this still okay to try out? I'd like to test it out :)

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ProcessTamer / Re: To ignore a process - when?
« on: February 13, 2016, 01:28 PM »
I do have a pretty good pc, but there is always room for improvement and any tweak is welcome lol.
At least until I can afford a new fast mean machine  :D

Yep, I'll leave PT to do its thing, then. That sounds like the most logical thing to do :)
Thank you for your help! :Thmbsup:

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ProcessTamer / Re: To ignore a process - when?
« on: February 13, 2016, 12:14 PM »
I see - but I do play some games in windowed mode and like to have music playing in the background - and I may also want to have my internet browser open so I can quickly look up something, mostly game related while playing.
So should I let PT tame everything, or ignore one of the three (game, internet or music player)? Or ignore ALL three?

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ProcessTamer / To ignore a process - when?
« on: February 13, 2016, 10:29 AM »
When or what is the best way to set PT to ignore a process from taming? Is it recommended to ignore all games or let PT tame them, even though they're not fast games? What about media stuff like music editing and photo editing?

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ProcessTamer / Re: CPU Smoothing?
« on: May 17, 2015, 01:07 PM »
Excellent!
Thanks again for your help :)

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ProcessTamer / Re: CPU Smoothing?
« on: May 17, 2015, 12:40 PM »
Thank you so much for your quick reply  :)
I think I understand it now.
As I already notice the difference PT makes to my games, its obviously doing what it's made to do so I'm happy.
You say 'so as soon as the program uses a lot of cpu for even a fraction of a section, Process Tamer will view the program as something to be tames'.
Regarding the CPU priority, the game is set to 'Force High'. PT won't tame it as the priority overrides it, correct? I have set the explicit rule to it.

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ProcessTamer / CPU Smoothing? (Solved)
« on: May 17, 2015, 11:59 AM »
What exactly does the CPU Usage Measurement Smoothing do? I haven't touched it since I installed it as I'm afraid I might mess something up  lol
I have set a couple of games to 'Force High' and they're working great, so will the 'smoothing' affect those?
I have read the info in the Help section, but I just don't understand it. Is it better to set the gauge to 'Might Jump the Gun' or 'Might React Too Slowly'? What exactly happens to programs at each end? Can someone explain this in very simple terms lol? I guess if I don't even understand this maybe I shouldn't be using the program at all, but I can't do without it now as I notice such a big difference with my games already - in a good way :)

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