Thanks everyone who replied.
Dustin, it says that it protects the vital stuff in the background that is
suppose to run and just shows the background stuff that's not so important
for me to shut down. Hope this makes sense. My game, Sims 2 with 7 expansion
packs plus lots of custom stuff is also a resource hog and so I thought if I
could shut down non important stuff from running......would leave the
resources for my game to play better.
My computer specs are:
Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E6400 (Gateway GM5424) bought last Feb. 2007
Dual-Core 64bit Processor with Intel VT Technology
Each core operates at 2.13 Ghz, shared 2 MB L2 cache, 1066 MHz FSB
2048 MB DDR2
nVidia Geforce 8600 GT with driver 169.25
400 GB SATA 2
Windows Vista Ultimate
5.1 windows experience index
Hope this information helps.
"Dustin Harper" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I've used it for running FSX, and I'm not sure if the difference is all in
> my head or a real difference, but there is a small difference. It isn't
> cleaning the registry at all or anything. It's shutting down programs and
> services not being used to play the game to free up resources.
> But, it does work fine.
> Dustin Harper
> http://www.vistarip.com | Vista Resource & Information Page
> "Betty" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Has anybody here used the program EndItAll 2 with Vista?
>> I was thinking about installing it to end background tasks & such in
>> order to play my games. Since Vista is such a resource hog, thought this
>> might help with the performance of my game.
>> I don't know which programs or anything that is running in the background
>> to stop or end so thought this program "End It All" might help.
>> Any advise or help is appreciated!