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Old 07-27-2008
JamesPB
 

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What happens when I click on Task Manager/View/Update Speed/and set it to
High? It was set to Normal. Are there any adverse affects by changing it to
High? Why would I not want it to be set to High? Does it adversely affect
graphics resolution?
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Old 07-27-2008
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Re: Task Manager

Hi James,

Setting this option to high will have the information displayed in the
Task Manager to be updated in real time instead of the other options
(every so often). On high it will use more of your available resources
to keep it updated more often. Depending on how fast your computer is,
you may or may not notice the extra use of these resources.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

JamesPB;787826 Wrote:
> What happens when I click on Task Manager/View/Update Speed/and set it
> to
> High? It was set to Normal. Are there any adverse affects by changing
> it to
> High? Why would I not want it to be set to High? Does it adversely
> affect
> graphics resolution?
> --
> JamesPB



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Old 07-27-2008
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RE: Task Manager
Hi James,
As far as I know it just increases the update of the data (to get it more
often).
I'm not sure why you would need it faster. If you do set it at the high
rate, it will use more system resources, thats all.

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Paul


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> What happens when I click on Task Manager/View/Update Speed/and set it to
> High? It was set to Normal. Are there any adverse affects by changing it to
> High? Why would I not want it to be set to High? Does it adversely affect
> graphics resolution?
> --
> JamesPB

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