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Hi Ric

Many have asked - take a look! :-)

by writing Performance in Search in the forum line

Have you tried throwing in a total closing of the application and then opening it again after the scan?




Just did a deep scan,,The Performance Monitor went from "D" to "A", then back to "D". Why does it do this?
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Hi sunny

What are your settings especially in SmartRam?




are you using a netbook? as my netbook does this goes straight back to D, if you have a low powered computer the A drops to B C or D. My laptop flickers from A to B all day. only the desktop will stay on A.
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Performance Monitor is a small program that shows you the CPU, Memory, Disk and Network utilization under Windows NT platforms (2000, XP, Vista, Win 7, etc...).

It's composed by four fully configurable small graphs and it can work in the tray area also.

The windows are fully anchorable.

PerfMon can become transparent and permits you to forward left-mouse clicks so you can place it anywhere.

You can also change the program priority (saving CPU work) and its size (for big monitor resolutions ;-))



• Right click for options

• Drag a single panel to move it

• Drag a single panel with the CTRL Key down to move all attached panels ;-)


The performance monitor, or system monitor, is a utility used to track a range of processes and give a real time graphical display of the results, on a Windows 2003 system. This tool can be used to assist you with the planning of upgrades, tracking of processes that need to be optimized, monitoring results of tuning and configuration scenarios, and the understanding of a workload and its effect on resource usage to identify bottlenecks.


Bottlenecks can occur on practically any element of the network and may be caused by a malfunctioning resource, the system not having enough resources, a program that dominates a particular resource. In fact, 40% network utilization is considered a bottleneck.


Using perfmon will help to identify these bottlenecks and allow you to take action.


It can be opened by navigating to the performance icon in the administrative tools folder in the control panel, from the start menu or by typing perfmon.msc in the run box.

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Are you sure you have read the posts in this thread?


I hope, you are aware of the Performance Monitor utility of ASC 4!


Generally, functions or the interaction of IObit software with other software are discussed in the sections in this Forum.


Please stay relevant to the OP's thread subject, or open a thread in a relevant section.



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