Jump to content
IObit Forum
Top Free Driver Updater Tools Best 25 PC Optimization Software Best 22 Antimalware Best 22 Uninstaller Software IObit Coupons & Discount Offers

Max Martin

Members
  • Posts

    34
  • Joined

Everything posted by Max Martin

  1. the idea with colorscheme and slider is actually really good! =) To Cicerly/iobit: Yes I know how to fold it "out" to show the cores. We're not talking about the same cores though; I'm talking about 4 cores CPU (i5, i7 or AMD a8/a10) or 2 cores (i3, pentium core2duo etc), each doesn't always have the same load. What I meant with PMonitor is that when it's folded in "small size" I want and need to see both RAM and CPU at the same time! Like the old one! I do't like to either first click and see % CPU and then fold out the really BIG window (yes it's to big... - I have nice wallpapers i want to see too;) And also like someone else said too, that acuall usage of ram doesn't have to be in %, if i have 8gb RAM and it uses up 3,75gb for example that is a better way. OR maybe both % and GB? Like say if you have win 8 and 2gb ram it's in the roof all the time almost, and then i switch to another pc (happens often for me) with maybe 16gb ram then suddenly there is 15-20% and it's just makes me confused if I'm little stressed. Today I installed asc 8.0 beta on about 40 pc's (with very good results) and the only thing that bugs me is that PM! nuf said ;) Regards
  2. the idea with colorscheme and slider is actually really good! =) To Cicerly/iobit: Yes I know how to fold it "out" to show the cores. We're not talking about the same cores though; I'm talking about 4 cores CPU (i5, i7 or AMD a8/a10) or 2 cores (i3, pentium core2duo etc), each doesn't always have the same load. What I meant with PMonitor is that when it's folded in "small size" I want and need to see both RAM and CPU at the same time! Like the old one! I do't like to either first click and see % CPU and then fold out the really BIG window (yes it's to big... - I have nice wallpapers i want to see too;) And also like someone else said too, that acuall usage of ram doesn't have to be in %, if i have 8gb RAM and it uses up 3,75gb for example that is a better way. OR maybe both % and GB? Like say if you have win 8 and 2gb ram it's in the roof all the time almost, and then i switch to another pc (happens often for me) with maybe 16gb ram then suddenly there is 15-20% and it's just makes me confused if I'm little stressed. Today I installed asc 8.0 beta on about 40 pc's (with very good results) and the only thing that bugs me is that PM! nuf said ;) Regards
  3. the idea with colorscheme and slider is actually really good! =) To Cicerly/iobit: Yes I know how to fold it "out" to show the cores. We're not talking about the same cores though; I'm talking about 4 cores CPU (i5, i7 or AMD a8/a10) or 2 cores (i3, pentium core2duo etc), each doesn't always have the same load. What I meant with PMonitor is that when it's folded in "small size" I want and need to see both RAM and CPU at the same time! Like the old one! I do't like to either first click and see % CPU and then fold out the really BIG window (yes it's to big... - I have nice wallpapers i want to see too;) And also like someone else said too, that acuall usage of ram doesn't have to be in %, if i have 8gb RAM and it uses up 3,75gb for example that is a better way. OR maybe both % and GB? Like say if you have win 8 and 2gb ram it's in the roof all the time almost, and then i switch to another pc (happens often for me) with maybe 16gb ram then suddenly there is 15-20% and it's just makes me confused if I'm little stressed. Today I installed asc 8.0 beta on about 40 pc's (with very good results) and the only thing that bugs me is that PM! nuf said ;) Regards
  4. the idea with colorscheme and slider is actually really good! =) To Cicerly/iobit: Yes I know how to fold it "out" to show the cores. We're not talking about the same cores though; I'm talking about 4 cores CPU (i5, i7 or AMD a8/a10) or 2 cores (i3, pentium core2duo etc), each doesn't always have the same load. What I meant with PMonitor is that when it's folded in "small size" I want and need to see both RAM and CPU at the same time! Like the old one! I do't like to either first click and see % CPU and then fold out the really BIG window (yes it's to big... - I have nice wallpapers i want to see too;) And also like someone else said too, that acuall usage of ram doesn't have to be in %, if i have 8gb RAM and it uses up 3,75gb for example that is a better way. OR maybe both % and GB? Like say if you have win 8 and 2gb ram it's in the roof all the time almost, and then i switch to another pc (happens often for me) with maybe 16gb ram then suddenly there is 15-20% and it's just makes me confused if I'm little stressed. Today I installed asc 8.0 beta on about 40 pc's (with very good results) and the only thing that bugs me is that PM! nuf said ;) Regards
  5. the idea with colorscheme and slider is actually really good! =) To Cicerly/iobit: Yes I know how to fold it "out" to show the cores. We're not talking about the same cores though; I'm talking about 4 cores CPU (i5, i7 or AMD a8/a10) or 2 cores (i3, pentium core2duo etc), each doesn't always have the same load. What I meant with PMonitor is that when it's folded in "small size" I want and need to see both RAM and CPU at the same time! Like the old one! I do't like to either first click and see % CPU and then fold out the really BIG window (yes it's to big... - I have nice wallpapers i want to see too;) And also like someone else said too, that acuall usage of ram doesn't have to be in %, if i have 8gb RAM and it uses up 3,75gb for example that is a better way. OR maybe both % and GB? Like say if you have win 8 and 2gb ram it's in the roof all the time almost, and then i switch to another pc (happens often for me) with maybe 16gb ram then suddenly there is 15-20% and it's just makes me confused if I'm little stressed. Today I installed asc 8.0 beta on about 40 pc's (with very good results) and the only thing that bugs me is that PM! nuf said ;) Regards
  6. I'll say it again that having updated Intels .info, management engine, Rapid storage etc (Ahci drivers) are GOLD! Super if you can get it to work with as many brands as possible like HP, Acer, Dell and Mb makers like Asrock, gigabyte, asus etc Only me who finds Intels download page a bit tricky and not always working? When you're dealing with a older MB whatever brand and they're made for say vista or xp then they rarely support it any longer then win7 then it stops... I had serious problems (the other way around instead) with a HP laptop (g6-2220sc) that came with win8 and my gf really hated it and wanted me to downgrade to win7 and i did but could find any drivers so slow was the name of that and unstable (thanks HP!) till I ran into Driver booster 1.4 ;)
  7. Today I tested it on old (2007) machine with XP 32 bit and it only found physX and openAl. When i installed old 1.4 it found 14 drivers outdated... hmm.. I didn't have time to do a logfile, sorry. But Smbus, chipset, usb drivers was very nice to have on this since MSI stopped with updates in 2008-2009 to this motherboard.
  8. I have tested asc 8.0 now and the new performance monitor is really bad when it's not folded out (and i never have it folded out) now i see only RAM and that really sucks, sorry. Where is my 4 cores?? ;) I like the thin border on asc 7.3 much better.. Rest looks and works really good though. Good work. I Like the metro app cleaning thing. Everything looks very fresh and less blurry except uninstaller 4.0 that I also think the old one was easier to use with borders between delayed/disabled and so on.
  9. I have tested asc 8.0 now and the new performance monitor is really bad when it's not folded out (and i never have it folded out) now i see only RAM and that really sucks, sorry. Where is my 4 cores?? ;) I like the thin border on asc 7.3 much better.. Rest looks and works really good though. Good work. I Like the metro app cleaning thing. Everything looks very fresh and less blurry except uninstaller 4.0 that I also think the old one was easier to use with borders between delayed/disabled and so on.
  10. I have tested asc 8.0 now and the new performance monitor is really bad when it's not folded out (and i never have it folded out) now i see only RAM and that really sucks, sorry. Where is my 4 cores?? ;) I like the thin border on asc 7.3 much better.. Rest looks and works really good though. Good work. I Like the metro app cleaning thing. Everything looks very fresh and less blurry except uninstaller 4.0 that I also think the old one was easier to use with borders between delayed/disabled and so on.
  11. I have tested asc 8.0 now and the new performance monitor is really bad when it's not folded out (and i never have it folded out) now i see only RAM and that really sucks, sorry. Where is my 4 cores?? ;) I like the thin border on asc 7.3 much better.. Rest looks and works really good though. Good work. I Like the metro app cleaning thing. Everything looks very fresh and less blurry except uninstaller 4.0 that I also think the old one was easier to use with borders between delayed/disabled and so on.
  12. I have tested asc 8.0 now and the new performance monitor is really bad when it's not folded out (and i never have it folded out) now i see only RAM and that really sucks, sorry. Where is my 4 cores?? ;) I like the thin border on asc 7.3 much better.. Rest looks and works really good though. Good work. I Like the metro app cleaning thing. Everything looks very fresh and less blurry except uninstaller 4.0 that I also think the old one was easier to use with borders between delayed/disabled and so on.
  13. -I'm not synced with Google at all. I have a google account but I'm never logged in. Nowadays I clear out Google Shift+ctrl+del (or N) manually so I know it's fully cleaned out.
  14. -I'm not synced with Google at all. I have a google account but I'm never logged in. Nowadays I clear out Google Shift+ctrl+del (or N) manually so I know it's fully cleaned out.
  15. -I'm not synced with Google at all. I have a google account but I'm never logged in. Nowadays I clear out Google Shift+ctrl+del (or N) manually so I know it's fully cleaned out.
  16. -I'm not synced with Google at all. I have a google account but I'm never logged in. Nowadays I clear out Google Shift+ctrl+del (or N) manually so I know it's fully cleaned out.
  17. -I'm not synced with Google at all. I have a google account but I'm never logged in. Nowadays I clear out Google Shift+ctrl+del (or N) manually so I know it's fully cleaned out.
  18. Yes, Iobit, with all boxes clicked and with 5 different computers it doesn't clean out Chrome. When I open it up again i can clearly see where or what sites I've been visiting lately. I will provide you with log file. For ASC 8 i would like to have a better system monitor that can show all processor cores (read i5 and i7) workload and also be able to change from % to actual GB for ram, many have 4gb, or 8, 16 or even 32gb today n get sometimes confused what I'm looking at. For Win7 i had a very good gadget called "intelcoreseries24-gadget" that showed all info nice n neat.
  19. Yes, Iobit, with all boxes clicked and with 5 different computers it doesn't clean out Chrome. When I open it up again i can clearly see where or what sites I've been visiting lately. I will provide you with log file. For ASC 8 i would like to have a better system monitor that can show all processor cores (read i5 and i7) workload and also be able to change from % to actual GB for ram, many have 4gb, or 8, 16 or even 32gb today n get sometimes confused what I'm looking at. For Win7 i had a very good gadget called "intelcoreseries24-gadget" that showed all info nice n neat.
  20. Yes, Iobit, with all boxes clicked and with 5 different computers it doesn't clean out Chrome. When I open it up again i can clearly see where or what sites I've been visiting lately. I will provide you with log file. For ASC 8 i would like to have a better system monitor that can show all processor cores (read i5 and i7) workload and also be able to change from % to actual GB for ram, many have 4gb, or 8, 16 or even 32gb today n get sometimes confused what I'm looking at. For Win7 i had a very good gadget called "intelcoreseries24-gadget" that showed all info nice n neat.
  21. Yes, Iobit, with all boxes clicked and with 5 different computers it doesn't clean out Chrome. When I open it up again i can clearly see where or what sites I've been visiting lately. I will provide you with log file. For ASC 8 i would like to have a better system monitor that can show all processor cores (read i5 and i7) workload and also be able to change from % to actual GB for ram, many have 4gb, or 8, 16 or even 32gb today n get sometimes confused what I'm looking at. For Win7 i had a very good gadget called "intelcoreseries24-gadget" that showed all info nice n neat.
  22. Yes, Iobit, with all boxes clicked and with 5 different computers it doesn't clean out Chrome. When I open it up again i can clearly see where or what sites I've been visiting lately. I will provide you with log file. For ASC 8 i would like to have a better system monitor that can show all processor cores (read i5 and i7) workload and also be able to change from % to actual GB for ram, many have 4gb, or 8, 16 or even 32gb today n get sometimes confused what I'm looking at. For Win7 i had a very good gadget called "intelcoreseries24-gadget" that showed all info nice n neat.
  23. Yes, thx I've talked to him n sent him two more info files too look up. Iobit helps me - I help Iobit when I can :razz: Driver booster needs to be really good, It's the first good driver update program I've tested. Been using ASC since 2010 and that program actually "changed" my life a whole lot so I believe you can do it with DB too and With some help ofcourse :lol::grin:
  24. Ok I've forwarded info file to above mentioned email. I'm trying to get more info files from other pc's. Yday I experienced bluescreen with installing a driver (was it ralink wifi or bluetooth?) on a new HP laptop and also it tried to say i needed nvidia PhysX although this certain laptop have a AMD 8550G graphicscard ;) And Still experience issuses with my bluetooth CSR 8510 A10 (very common dongle)... Regards, MM
  25. Ok, I think I found something strange here.. this happened with 3 different computers running H61 and B85 chipset. It's installing a synaptics driver instead of a smbus driver? I don't even have a touchpad on my pc.. Computers runs fine after installing though. Can it be that it's the right driver but wrong name?
×
×
  • Create New...