gaming vista


G

Guest

include a option that whenever a high requirement game is started all the
unnecessary programs and sevices can be stopped automatically and most of the
memory and resources goes to game and other application if user wants
microsoft can make a program like memory optimisation for high end games
it colud include a software in vista that updates all game news and download
updates etc
it would great thing for gamers

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G

Guest

I totally agree. Especially for people on older systems like me, it would be
a godsend (sp?).
 
B

Brian

IMO, that is an exceptional idea.

Things that use CPU power (virus scanning programs, etc), bandwidth (mail
programs, etc), and otherwise cause mayhem during your gaming session (AIM,
YahooIM, etc) should be assigned a priority, like they are for processor
usuage. However, instead of throttling the amount of processing power they
recieve, they should be deactivated much like a service in the 'MSCONFIG'.

I wish this mere idea luck on it's journey through the forums. :)
 
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Zack Uribe

Actually it is not that hard to close apps if your game is that intense....I
typically close chat and email programs..I hate having the taskbar
notifications show up in the middle of the game.

I believe that Vista does some unloading of non-necessary events(services,
etc). I am not sure how configurable this should be though....would taking
my megapixel desktops off and going to black help me? would taking down
sidebar(and my only viewable clock) be worth the speed/memory benefits? How
much of this should be put in my hands, and how much should be left for the
OS to take care of?
 

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