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How to Reduce RAM Usage and Fix High RAM Usage in Windows 11

How to Reduce RAM Usage and Fix High RAM Usage in Windows 11

Have you ever experienced that the Windows 11 operating system you are using has poor performance which can result in stuck or unresponsive problems? Things like this happen usually because the computer uses excessive memory in some circumstances. Windows 11 has many new features and improvements over previous versions of Windows. Some of these features can be a burden on system resources. Especially if the computer you are using has limited resources that only meet the minimum requirements for installing Windows. You can check the memory usage (RAM) in the Windows Task Manager. If you see RAM usage exceeding 70%, even though you are not running any application, this is an indication that the computer has a memory/RAM usage problem. When no applications are running, it is usually normal to use 30-40% RAM on the computer. Because Windows requires RAM to run the Windows operating system and other background tasks.  Continuous high use of RAM often indicates the presence of problems. High RAM Usage Impact PCs with high RAM consumption often crash when you start an application or try to play a game that consumes a lot of memory. Other symptoms associated with high RAM usage include those listed below. PC response time becomes very slow. The application does not react or open slowly. Transferring files takes a long time. The file download or upload process becomes stalled. Causes of High RAM Usage Many programs are launched when the computer starts up. Possible virus attack...

Attribute Changer v11 – Change Date and Time Attributes of Files, Folders, and Photos

Attribute Changer v11 – Change Date and Time Attributes of Files, Folders, and Photos

Changing files, folders, and photos without changing the attributes of the date and time, you can do easily using the free Attribute Changer utility. When you create or modify a file, Windows adds an attribute that tells others the date and time the file was created, opened, or updated. There is no direct method to change the file without affecting the modification date. By using the free Attribute Changer utility, you can restore or change the date and time attributes as in the conditions before you edited the file. So the file will look like it was never changed. In addition, Attribute Changer can change file system properties and names can use uppercase, lowercase, or uppercase letters. And with this utility, you can perform simulation, batch processing, randomization, and synchronization. Attribute Changer Features Absolute date and time stampsAdd / Decrease values in hours, minutes, and secondsAdd/Subtract values on days, months, and yearsRandom date and timeChange or add the date and time of the photo (EXIF)Sync dates and timesPartial updates (e.g. just days or minutes, etc.)Apply a date and time limitsChange date folders with recent or oldest filesChange date folders with the latest or oldest folders Supported languages Czech, Danish, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish. Download Attribute Changer Attribute Changer v11

How to Easily Show Hidden Files and Folders on Windows

How to Easily Show Hidden Files and Folders on Windows

By default, Windows has a lot of hidden files and folders to prevent accidentally deleted accidents. However, you can show these hidden files and folders by changing the settings in Windows. What are hidden Files and Folders called? Hidden files are files or folders that have the "Hidden" attribute and are not visible when the user browses through them. Every operating system, including Windows, provides a way to hide files and folders. And it also provides a way to view and browse those files through file management utilities like File Explorer. What are Hidden Files and Folders for? Hidden files and folders are widely used by system applications and utilities to store user preferences and other settings. If the file or folder is deleted, it can cause the application to not run correctly or not run at all. To avoid this from happening, the files and folders are given the "Hidden" attribute so that when the user searches, the Files and Folders do not appear. In addition, hiding files and folders will simplify the visual appearance and make it easier for users to find files and folders easily and conveniently. How to Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 11 Open "File Explorer". You can open it by using the keyboard keys (WIN + E).Then select it and click the "View > Show > Hidden items" button. How to Show Protected Operating System Files in Windows 11 Windows has a protected operating system file with the "System" attribute. Files with these attributes will remain...

File Sharing – NTFS Permissions vs Share Permissions

File Sharing – NTFS Permissions vs Share Permissions

Implementing File Sharing Permissions should be with care to provide access to a piece of content. Arbitrary file sharing permissions can cause you to cannot access a file or folder or vice versa, even creating vulnerabilities. On Windows, you don't have to worry about Permissions because it's already set by the operating system. Each user has their profile and their own set of permissions, which prevents unauthorized access to files and folders. File Sharing Permissions and NTFS Permissions have the same purpose in a Windows environment, which is to help you prevent unauthorized access to your important folders. However, some important differences between the two will determine which one you use. NTFS Permissions NTFS (New Technology File System) is a standard file system for Microsoft Windows NT and later operating systems. NTFS Permissions are used to manage access to files and folders stored on a volume with the NTFS file system format. By default, it inherited permissions from the root folder to the files and sub-folders under it, although this inheritance can be disabled. The major advantage of NTFS Permissions is that these permissions affect both local and remote users. NTFS Type Permissions PermissionAllowed AccessReadUsers or groups can read the file and view the attributes, ownership, and permissions assigned.WriteUsers or groups can add and write files, change their attributes, view their ownership, and view permission settings.Read & ExecuteUsers or groups...

How to Rescue Your Files When Windows Won’t Boot

How to Rescue Your Files When Windows Won’t Boot

The Windows you are using cannot boot? And you need the data files stored in it immediately. Don't panic, follow these guidelines to resolve the issue. Maybe you have experienced suddenly that the operating system you are using (Windows 10 or Windows 11) does not boot. Meanwhile, at the same time, you need a data file stored on the PC. The causes of Windows not being able to boot can be various, starting from damage to the Windows hardware and software itself. Windows cannot boot because of damage to Windows files. A virus attack, a failure of the update process, or because of bad sectors on the Hard drive can cause the damaged Windows, you are using. There are two methods to save and retrieve your data files when Windows won't boot. The first is to remove and connect the hard drive to another PC. And the second is to boot using the "Live CD". Save data by moving the hard drive This first way is the easiest. As long as your hard drive is still detected, you will be able to copy your data files. You can do this by: First, remove the HDD or SSD you are using. Refer to the manual of the PC/Laptop you are using for how to remove it. Because the position of HDD / SSD for products can vary. Before disconnecting, make sure the equipment is free of electricity to avoid you being electrocuted. Second, to connect to a PC you can do it through Second HDD, connect HDD/SSD as the second hard drive. You can do this method if the motherboard still has slots (IDE, SATA, Nvme) left. If the...