SysResourcesManager 10.4 a fost chilipirul zilei în 25 noiembrie 2009
SysResources Manager este o utilitate de sistem pentru monitorizarea stadiului curent al sistemului precum uzura procesorului, a memoriei RAM şi a memoriei virtuale RAM, a hard disc-urilor, a proceselor, motinorizarea reţelei (accesarea internetului, traficul şi viteza acestuia), a serviciilor, a programelor care pornesc simultan cu sistemul. SysResources Manager poate optimiza performanţa sistemului prin defragemntarea memoriei fizice a sistemului.
Windows XP x32, Server 2003 x32, XP x64, Server 2003 x64, Vista x32, Vista x64
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* Has a nice feature set (you can see network traffic, cpu usage, what processes are running, etc)
* Combines many Windows tools together into one program.
* Not too bad on resources.
* Can defrag RAM.
* Ability to export data into a TXT file.
* Program displays how long it has been since your last shutdown/restart.
* Cannot monitor/show computer temperatures.
* The 'widget' ("monitor") is limited to only CPU/RAM.
* RAM defrag is kind of iffy (does not really free up much, if any, RAM).
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TO USER "MM" at post #2:
Your problem is due to GDI resources.
Specifically GDI Objects, and User Objects. Windows has a default limit, and there are REGISTRY edits which you can use google to look for and change the default to fix it, by raising the limit.
What happens, is that when you reboot, everything is fresh, then as you open programs, they begin to use up your GDI objects, up to the fixed limit set in your registry. Also, a single program can use more and more the more you use it, for example the more websites or tabs or pictures that you open up in a web browser, the more GDI resources it begins to take up. In addition, badly written programs can have GDI leaks. The longer they run, the more resources they use, and they sometimes don't give them back even if you close some of the tabs. At this point you need to close the whole program and re-open it. That will cause that particular application program to give up its GDI resources, start fresh. That will work for a while. But then even your windows explorer may begin taking up your GDI Objects. At this point you'd need to end task on explorer to regain those. Also, as you found out, rebooting fresh also fixes it, for the time being. Until it happens again.
The fix is to edit your registry and increase the default Windows limit. There is a limit for the entire pc, and a second limit per program. They are on the order of 16,384 for the entire pc if your OS is before XP such as for windows 2000, and 65,535 from XP onward, and 4,000 per program. They can be increased depending on which OS you are using, but XP has a limit of 10,000 per program.
You can also do edits for the Desktop Heap size which can help you.
This has NOTHING to do with Ram. Nothing to do with optimizing ram. Nothing to do with freeing up ram. Nothing to do with buying more ram. Buying more Ram will NOT fix a GDI object problem. So in the case of a GDI problem, the user "Snoops" at post #10 is wrong. And that post is incorrect information.
The other thing you can do, is if you have the opportunity to upgrade or update the software programs you have running, sometimes newer versions have fixed bugs which are causing GDI leaks, and they may run better, and longer, before they reach your GDI limit.
For a program that you can use to observe GDI object handles, you can actually use windows Task Manager. Or Sysinternals.com has Process Explorer. Both of them will show GDI handles. You have to go into their VIEW options and specifically pick to show them. Set your prefs, otherwise they aren't shown.
Get it here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653.aspx
For an explanation & description of the problem, go here:
For the registry edits to increase GDI object handles & desktop heap go here: http://www.rojakpot.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=238
For anyone who doesn't want to get into editing the registry, you could try changing your windows "theme" from the fancier Windows XP style to "Windows Classic" theme. Right click your desktop and pick properties, etc. It'll look like windows from the past, but then again, it'll be faster, and it'll work. So you want it to look fancy, or work, and work faster, your choice.
TO: ALL APPLICATION AUTHORS & PROGRAMMERS! WHEN YOU WRITE A PROGRAM STOP WRITING GDI LEAKS & FIX YOUR CODE! See here:
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Good day all. I D/L & install w no problem. Ran thru paces; it’s an OK program, but on the market at a kind of odd price of $21.90, it would unfortunately be about $21.90 too much to spend. Even here for free, it is less desirable than just using what I already have on my Vista HP, SP2, which is the regular task manger, or when I want more info or details, I use the free progs AnVir Task Manager & WinPatrol, especially when you consider that the SysResources Manager cannot be updated, & there’s no support, & you can always reinstall the free programs if a “computer event” occurs. Therefore, I used my REVO to uninstall for today’s offer.
For more free programs, go to Ashraf’s review, where suggestions include CleanMem, HWMonitor, Rainmeter, or Samurize.
However, I must include a thanks to GAOTD for always offering free software, for which I have several installed, & for the visitors who come here to offer free alternatives (which I also have), & a wealth of information. I’ve learned much here, & for that I’m grateful.
Finally, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.
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Installed and I was able to register the program without any problems on Vista Home Prium 32 bit.
It's nice to have these features all bundled together.
The bandwidth monitor wasn't showing any activity for me and most of the options in the drop down menu I wasn't familiar with. I guess all of these are installed on my machine but I don't recognize them.
I do like the 'Google It' button on the startup manager tab.
Having options to start/stop services within the program makes this better than the task manager built into Windows.
I like this program alot.
In response to Ashraf's first item in his Bad list:
If anyone needs a free program that can show the temperatures of your different drives as well as checking a few other things, I recommend the free Active@ Hard Disk Monitor from
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To Ashraf - this program does not defrag ram, in fact there is no such software at all. All it will do is allocate and then unallocate a large chunk of ram, and in doing so will force Windoze to free some ram by moving the contents to the swap file on your hard drive.
Also to all the posters here promoting IOBit I would suggest staying well away from them as they are no more than thieves - they stole the database from Malwarebytes Antimalware (and other software too) for use in their security software Security 360.
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