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Trouble running multiple applications


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Boltskull

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I want to know if there is anything I might be able to do to make it where I can run multiple programs at one time without there being serious lag. Say I try to run fraps, windows live movie maker, and a game. At first when I am not recording, the fps says it is at about 20 or so. That is a bit less than i usually get. Then if I start recording on fraps for the game and windows live for the webcam, the fps will go down to about 2 or 3. Is there anyways I can get it to not be so laggy? Would this program I saw called cloud help? I am on a Windows 7 Laptop with 3 gb. Does any of that have to do with it? If so what should I do to make it perform better?
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SupeR GeekiN CognitO

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All those programs running at the same time can
use alot of resources (RAM, Page File, Kernel memory etc.).

You can upgrade your hardware or try tweaking Windows
a little bit. Although Windows 7 is pretty well optimized
for performance, if you do a quick search you can find
a couple tips that may help.
But please, Be Careful.

Would this program I saw called cloud help?


As far as this goes, I'm not sure if you mean a
program called cloud or this.


You might have to run less apps, unless you upgrade your machine.
That is the only definite way to greatly improve performance.


:ph34r: SGC :ph34r:


Edited by SupeR GeekiN CognitO, 29 July 2012 - 08:27 PM.

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