As a more general answer I should say that I'm more of a satisfactionizer than an optimizer when it comes to system tools -- once a tool works well enough i tend to stop looking for the best tool..
Yay for Mouser creating words!
I'm a *terrible* "Satisfactionizer" !
(Much to the chagrin of a few coding snack people here!)
It comes from a stunning disparity of skills. With the existing known-coded features of programs, I'm kinda good at getting "A few extra Gigawatts out of these babies" (Scotty, Star Trek TNG, Relics), but when the low level stuff starts to crack, I'm doomed. I noticed about a week ago that something that was churning my disk drive and/or fan suddenly isn't. It's close to the time frame that I did a sloppy hand-block of TaobaoProtect, probably acquired near the time I got the bright idea to install Firefox Chinese Edition. (And that thing! It tries to re-copy itself into like four locations! All I did was crudely chop it with a woodcutter, it could be lurking still, in some zombie state!)
So I am so much of a Satisfactionizer.
"If your system is still alive, abuse it some more, because at this rate, Microsoft deprecates OS'es faster!"