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Author Topic: Resource manager under Windows NT/2000/XP  (Read 16975 times)
Rik Wang
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« on: September 14, 2003, 07:50:36 AM »

The PowerStrip Win9x/Me Resource manager is depreciated under NT, simply because it is redundant. Windows NT has its own system idle process and because of the way it pages, the memory recovery option has no positive impact.

Both functions "work", but they're rather pointless, and the 16-bit resource barometers are inapplicable.

If you cannot access these controls, but really want to, do the following:

    1. Close PowerStrip if it is running
    2. Open the pstrip.ini file in Notepad and add the following switch:

[Global Options]
NTResMan=1

3. Save the file back to disk and restart PowerStrip.[/list]
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