Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.3 Released

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.2 Released

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Dajova wrote: Thu Oct 22, 2020 12:34 pm Hello there. I just wanted to inform you that the program seems to trigger a false-positive reaction in GameGuard (for me, in PSO2). I can launch the program after the game has been launched, but it's impossible to launch it with it running at the same time, it just instantly closes.

Do you know any workarounds other than closing the program, then start the game and then start the program again?
You should talk to gameguard about this. No idea why they would block ISLC.

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Wagnard wrote: Thu Oct 22, 2020 8:03 pm
Dajova wrote: Thu Oct 22, 2020 12:34 pm Hello there. I just wanted to inform you that the program seems to trigger a false-positive reaction in GameGuard (for me, in PSO2). I can launch the program after the game has been launched, but it's impossible to launch it with it running at the same time, it just instantly closes.

Do you know any workarounds other than closing the program, then start the game and then start the program again?
You should talk to gameguard about this. No idea why they would block ISLC.
I asked in a Discord about this and it seems like just the purge memory part of the application seems to trigger it, since it seems to indicate some bot action on their part. Don't ask me why, eastern anti-cheat programs in general are very bad in that regard.

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.2 Released

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Hi, any solution to this?
https://imgur.com/a/iupszKc

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.2 Released

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BIYIP wrote: Mon Nov 02, 2020 10:42 am Hi, any solution to this?
https://imgur.com/a/iupszKc
Look into the readme.txt included with ISLC, there are a few command that may help you.

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.2 Released

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This program is literally amazing. Lifesaver :D .

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.2 Released

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Hello. Please help! I have a computer that I use in my office. Basically it is only for the internet (browser, microsoft office, and so on). The computer has ONLY 1GB of RAM, Windows 10 LTSC is installed (with tweaks to disable telemetry and more).

What values ​​do I need to set in ISLC to get maximum performance from the program (benefit)? Sorry for my English.

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arthurbolotov wrote: Sun Nov 15, 2020 8:52 am Hello. Please help! I have a computer that I use in my office. Basically it is only for the internet (browser, microsoft office, and so on). The computer has ONLY 1GB of RAM, Windows 10 LTSC is installed (with tweaks to disable telemetry and more).

What values ​​do I need to set in ISLC to get maximum performance from the program (benefit)? Sorry for my English.

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That's very low ram, honestly, I dont think you need ISLC because you probably have nothing cached anyway.
If you really want to try, just do trial and error.

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.2 Released

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Well, the computer starts working a little faster when I start the program. And if you put it in 0 (so that the memory is constantly cleaned), then what is the threat? Will there be a problem with the computer?

I used to use memreduct before. It was also useful. Well, I see more benefit from islc, so I deleted memreduct.

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arthurbolotov wrote: Sun Nov 15, 2020 9:37 am Well, the computer starts working a little faster when I start the program. And if you put it in 0 (so that the memory is constantly cleaned), then what is the threat? Will there be a problem with the computer?

I used to use memreduct before. It was also useful. Well, I see more benefit from islc, so I deleted memreduct.
Always cleaning is not something i tested, I cannot really tell if this could cause problem.
Personally I would not permanently clean it as you are sending a command constantly to the windows kernel to clean and I guess it would impact performance to always try to clean up.

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.2.2 Released

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After I rebooted my current timer resolution is: "0,4882ms". Is this a problem? Does it need to be 0,5ms? It was 0,5ms the first 3-4 reboots this evening. I started using the program today. So it was 0.5ms the first reboots but now suddenly it's 0,4882ms.
Should I re-install? I tried stopping it, putting 0.50, starting - didn't work, goes back to 0,4882ms.

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