Started by rd25994, September 24, 2013, 02:45:29 PM
QuoteThe application itself can limit itself to one core, and I have PL rules to lower the priority class, I/O priority, and memory priority, yet my system remains draggy.
QuoteBut reading about it made me wonder why "forced" isn't per-application, as it seems it would only be needed for certain specific applications, than all of them (with PL rules).
QuoteAnd check the Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Performance Information and Tools\Advanced Tools , there are showing the Performance issues.If the "Performance issues" showing anything, click on it and view the log in Event Viewer, it might showing it is some heavy graphic thing running for example, and watch the log time too, sometimes it is showing the old one..
QuoteThe Desktop Window Manager is experiencing heavy resource contention. Reason : Graphics subsystem resources are over-utilized. Diagnosis : A consistent degradation in frame rate for the Desktop Window Manager was observed over a period of time.