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WaitToKillTimeOut


raxus07

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Hi MerleOne

As I see it it depends on whether you want to "optimize" or not.

If you want to keep a 20 second delay you should not "optimize" but place the "problem" in the ignore list.

If you on the other hand feel that "time is of the essence" you could go with the time that IObit suggests and just have a 5 second delay.

In which case you let it "repair" the setting.

If the problem is that some other parameter in the computer setup for safety reasons want to have a delay of 20 seconds, then I think that one should go with that and place the setting in the ignore list.

Time may not be the best criteria for "optimization" in that case.

A comment from IObit on this would be good :-)

Cheers

solbjerg

 

 

BTW, I would like to recommend that the value be augmented : if the time out is too short, there is a risk of data loss !
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