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My pc tech recommends to

1. Disable BITs service.
2. Change value of Local Machine > System > Control > Session > Memory management from default 3 to 1.

Logic behind it and should I?

Thanks.
 
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Hi,

My pc tech recommends to

1. Disable BITs service.
2. Change value of Local Machine > System > Control > Session > Memory management from default 3 to 1.

Logic behind it and should I?

Thanks.
Why?
 

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Who's your pc tech? We all need to have a conversation with him xD

I hired and paid to do clean install. His logic is it decreases system load and improves performance......is that correct?
I asked him to let it remain stock as to BITs running with a auto delayed start.
Replied fine but strongly recommended to change the value to 1, should I revert back to 3?

Thanks.
 

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This would be located in ControlSet001 or CurrentControlSet?

ControlSet001 > Session Manager > Memory management >Prefetch parameters or Store Parameters?

unable to locate it to change it back to 3...

Thanks.
 

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I gotta ask why?
Doesn't BITs play a significant role in Updates, Windows and MS store as well as data transfer prioritization
 

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I gotta ask why?
Doesn't BITs play a significant role in Updates, Windows and MS store as well as data transfer prioritization

Why what?

BITs is running.

Want to revert memory management value back to 3.
 

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Disable BITs, what's the reasoning behind it?

I know that BITs is required for updating so is running......
Cannot locate the 2nd which he did revert to 1 from 3.
 

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This would be located in ControlSet001 or CurrentControlSet?

ControlSet001 > Session Manager > Memory management >Prefetch parameters or Store Parameters?

unable to locate it to change it back to 3...

Thanks.

How do I locate it.....and which in memory management?
 

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How do I locate it.....and which in memory management?
This may be what you're looking for:
Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\PrefetchParameters
 

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I just dont understand why, You have an 11th gen i7 and 16gb of ddr4 ram at 3200mhz, What kind of slowdown are you seeing? Are you having issues with load on the cpu or ram?
I would advise against touching things just for the sake of touching things. Leave it as is unless theres an issue with something and then troubleshoot accordingly.
Creating issues more issues than you're solving when i don't believe there were any real ones to begin with.
 

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I would advise against touching things just for the sake of touching things. Leave it as is unless theres an issue with something and then troubleshoot accordingly.
Creating issues more issues than you're solving when i don't believe there were any real ones to begin with.
👆This, with bells on
 

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I just dont understand why, You have an 11th gen i7 and 16gb of ddr4 ram at 3200mhz, What kind of slowdown are you seeing? Are you having issues with load on the cpu or ram?
I would advise against touching things just for the sake of touching things. Leave it as is unless theres an issue with something and then troubleshoot accordingly.
Creating issues more issues than you're solving when i don't believe there were any real ones to begin with.

I'm not seeing any slow down, he did it. Recommending would help... and can always be reverted back....
 

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Hi,

My pc tech recommends to

1. Disable BITs service.
2. Change value of Local Machine > System > Control > Session > Memory management from default 3 to 1.

Logic behind it and should I?

Thanks.
No.. don't do them
 

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I'm not seeing any slow down, he did it. Recommending would help... and can always be reverted back....
So I take it you went ahead with yet another 'clean install' carried out by your computer guy?
 

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I hired and paid to do clean install. His logic is it decreases system load and improves performance......is that correct?
I asked him to let it remain stock as to BITs running with a auto delayed start.
Replied fine but strongly recommended to change the value to 1, should I revert back to 3?

Thanks.
No.. you're spending more time tweaking that using your PC
 

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No.. you're spending more time tweaking that using your PC
100% agree. Stop messing with a new laptop or paying a guy to get his mucky fingers into it making changes that you know nothing about
 

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I'm not seeing any slow down, he did it. Recommending would help... and can always be reverted back....
You're not seeing a slow down.. so why tweak it?? Help what??
 

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