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Is there any way to change Auto RAM Clean Frequency


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8 hours ago, Swarup123 said:

Auto RAM Clean has a fixed frequency,it gets repeated after every 30 mins
But i want to change that time to 5 minutes
Is there any way to change it?

Why do you want to clean your ram so often. The whole point of ram is that your system should use it

as much as possible. This speeds up your system and reduces stress on your Drive.

If you have to continuously clean your ram just to do basic functions on your pc, then you do not have enough ram.

If you are cleaning ram because you think it improves things, then you are making a very common mistake.

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Why do you want to clean your ram so often. The whole point of ram is that your system should use it

as much as possible. This speeds up your system and reduces stress on your Drive.

If you have to continuously clean your ram just to do basic functions on your pc, then you do not have enough ram.

If you are cleaning ram because you think it improves things, then you are making a very common mistake.

That means cleaning ram does not speed up the system? Then what is its use?😶

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When you load programmes/browsers etc... your system looks to see if there is ram available. If there is then it loads them to ram.

while you are using these programs they will be accessed from ram, which is very fast, rather than having to continuously read the data

from your drive which is slower and wears the drive.

If you have a very small amount of ram, then it may get filled quickly, and when you want to load another program it will be slower running because it has to

do it all from the drive. So in that instance you may decide to clear your ram to make room for the new program. This will dump some of the programs you

already have loaded in ram, in order to make room for the new one. So, if you want to do something from one of the programs that got dumped, it will

now have to read from the drive, which will be slower.

In fact windows is very good at managing ram, and it is probably unnecessary to ever clean ram, except in exceptional circumstances.

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1 hour ago, Scannan said:

In fact windows is very good at managing ram, and it is probably unnecessary to ever clean ram, except in exceptional circumstances.

So that means i should disable the AutoRAM as i have 4GB Ram?

And when i again open the applications which have been dumped and the check ASC's Performance monitor then again that program's RAM increases that means it again comes back to RAM from drivers?

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I have also 4GB ram. My ram always runs at +- 80%. I have a lot of stuff running. My system is very fast and I have no lag issues.

If I load another program, then windows looks at my ram, checks if there is stuff there that I have not accessed for a long time, and clears that out

to make room for the new program.

So, the more your ram is used, the better your systems performance.

Clean Ram function is handy if you want to load some big program that you want to use and it is very slow because your ram is already full.

Then cleaning the ram before you load it would help. But that would be a rare instance.

Also, remember, that just because you have a function available (Ram Clean) does not mean that it is wise to use it.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Scannan said:

I have also 4GB ram. My ram always runs at +- 80%. I have a lot of stuff running. My system is very fast and I have no lag issues.

If I load another program, then windows looks at my ram, checks if there is stuff there that I have not accessed for a long time, and clears that out

to make room for the new program.

So, the more your ram is used, the better your systems performance.

Clean Ram function is handy if you want to load some big program that you want to use and it is very slow because your ram is already full.

Then cleaning the ram before you load it would help. But that would be a rare instance.

Also, remember, that just because you have a function available (Ram Clean) does not mean that it is wise to use it.

 

 

So is turbo boost also of no significant use?

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I cannot answer that because I never use it. This is what Iobit's description of Turbo |Boost says...

"The optimized Turbo Boost can intelligently stop the unnecessary startup items, apps, and services to further accelerate your PC"

So decide for yourself if you see any benefit. Personally, I do not like functions that perform vague tasks

in the background.

Have a look at this...it may help your understanding better...https://searchenterprisedesktop.techtarget.com/tip/Make-Windows-10-performance-sing-by-tweaking-RAM-service-settings

https://windowsreport.com/windows-10-isnt-using-all-ram/

https://www.zdnet.com/article/how-much-ram-does-your-pc-need/

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