You're not supposed to unpack the driver with WinRAR.
NVSlimmer expects you to open the driver package itself.
There's already 435 drivers from MS Update, but they're probably older than the latest 431s.
Not being very helpful here, are we?
Where are you supposedly seeing those?
EDIT: here it is. BIOS version 5007 and chipset version 19.10.16.
Windows without .Net Framework?
How would that come to be?
Does the thing even work?
In any case, no, porting it to native (ie. non .Net) C++...
Good to hear!
I looked into the memory thing, and unfortunately couldn't find any evident leaks.
LOL That was a dumb one from me.
The buttons should stay disabled if you don't load a package.
Already fixed it. You'll get it in the next...
Sure enough, that was it. New version uploaded and added to OP.
Sorry for the late response. I tried it and had no issues.
Come to think about it, do you by any chance have spaces in your Windows user name?...
Give me a link to the driver package you were using and I'll check it out.
That's some useful feedback.
Hadn't noticed that.
Will look into it and keep you posted!
Thanks for the feedback!
Glad that it's working for ya.
Good to hear.
Let me know how it goes!
At least not that I know.
I'm on 1903 and last time I checked the issue was still there.
To all of those having problems installing the service (@xodus84, @Darktronik), please redownload the package and try again.
To put it in simple terms, Windows 10 has a known memory management issue where memory that's released by programs is marked as standby memory,...
I guess we'll just see where popular demand leads us.
Yeah, I've only tested it on my PC, and as I said it didn't even register on the CPU usage.
Now have you actually seen it cause significant CPU...
Well, in fact I started with 1 minute, but since I never saw it taking up even 1% processor usage, it was a matter of "why not?".
I do concede...
Seeing nobody seemed to care, I had forgotten about it, but here you go.
Check it out and let me know how it goes.
Here I am with another app (I'm the guy who made NVSlimmer, if anyone wonders).
After I tried several of the available options to...