Re: Windows Needs Gaming Boot Mode
On 01-01-2010 19:36, Geoff wrote:
Windows needs a basic bootmode for gaming that stops all
unnecessary services and processes from loading in the RAM
and running in the background. Like in MSCONFIG
I use TuneUp Utilities. It got a "Turbo Mode" which I activate before
starting any games. Does similar things you mention if you configure it
to do so.
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