- Mar 20, 2012
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I'm going to have to uninstall BOINC from my strongest cruncher, which happens to be my work pc. The software is absolutely killing my performance, even when it's not visibly running. For a while, BOINC and I had an understanding; I would close it when I get in in the morning and start it up before I leave, no problems. Now, even after I close it, the processes will pop back up in task manager and my computer acts like it has 128MB of RAM (it has 16GB). Does anyone have any insight as to what might be going on? Or is anyone else having any similar kind of issue?