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From funkman_166 on 13.11.2005, 05:30:

GameOS for Psycle Tracker

There is a program on the internet that can make your system ressources forcus on programs and games. It's called gameOS. Although designed for games, this program will man psycle almost IMPOSSIBLE to crash as it creates a VERY stable enviroment.

http://www.voodoofiles.com/3435
For win 95, 98, 98se users
ME - Only if you have experience running shells

http://www.voodoofiles.com/17557
For win 95, 98, 98se and ME users
And
Windows 2000, windows XP and up Users

GameOS 2004 is supposed to be a shareware. Although it acts like the original gameOS with access like GameOS. There is a nag screen that will take increase by 1 second wait time for each day you don't register. So for a year you would have to wait 365 seconds about.

But well worth the wait AND registration for it's powers.

GameOS is possibly the best SHELL replacer I can find to date to help focus precious ressources on your songs. No matter what kind of machine you have. GameOS will boost speed and performance.

Anyways I'd like to get this sticked because I beleive alot of people would want to know about GameOS and would want to use it for performance and speed and expecialy resources while working with Psycle Tracker.

Thanks,
Steph


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From Taika-Kim on 24.11.2005, 23:09:

 

The link on Voodofiles is broken?

This sound interesting, I admit. But does the default Windows shell actually use so much resources? Usually there's 99% CPU free when the system is idle...
Well, Windows DOES seem to eat up huge amounts of memory for disk buffers and whatever.

I have found very little information about this from the net...


From sampler on 25.11.2005, 16:52:

 

Well, has anyone tried it with success??? I don't want to install (is installation needed?) unless someone more say good words about it... I also don't want to break anything


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From Beer Incorperated on 28.11.2005, 12:44:

 

I don't really believe in this "miracle" stuff.. other than you can do it manually too, which is usually more efficient. The key is running as little processes in windows as needed. Tweakguides for instance explains how to (you can download an excellent guide there for winXP).

http://www.tweakguides.com/

Or if you want a "lighter" windows you can try something like nLite .


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From herrfrog on 07.12.2005, 05:57:

 

Hey thanks for reminding me about Gameos. I heard about it years ago, and I was just thinking about it re: Psycle. I might just give it a try. It is no longer available at the link you posted originally, but I found it at Major Geeks, which is a good share/freeware site I have visited a few times. I just got it from there.


From Sartorius on 07.12.2005, 08:48:

 

quote:
Original by funkman_166
There is a program on the internet that can make your system ressources forcus on programs and games. It's called gameOS. Although designed for games, this program will man psycle almost IMPOSSIBLE to crash as it creates a VERY stable enviroment.



(damn, fallen from my chair )

quote:
Original by Beer Incorperated
I don't really believe in this "miracle" stuff.. other than you can do it manually too, which is usually more efficient. The key is running as little processes in windows as needed. Tweakguides for instance explains how to (you can download an excellent guide there for winXP).



agree completely!


From DMNXS on 11.12.2005, 02:09:

 

quote:
Original by Beer Incorperated
I don't really believe in this "miracle" stuff.. other than you can do it manually too, which is usually more efficient. The key is running as little processes in windows as needed. Tweakguides for instance explains how to (you can download an excellent guide there for winXP).

http://www.tweakguides.com/

Or if you want a "lighter" windows you can try something like nLite .


I agree these are the better sollutions for the long run. I myself have deactivated lot's of programs at system startup. The only problem now is the pile of safety programs (antivirus, -spyware, firewall, etc.) and some (not quite as bad) widgets (i.e. Dexpot) that hog a lot of ressources.

For production situations (tracking, gaming ) dedicated computers without 'live' protection mechanism's are best anyway, that is, if you can afford having more then two computers ...

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