Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.3.2 Released (updated)

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.3.2 Released (updated)

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Ecclesia wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 2:48 am What does GlobalTimerResolutionRequests do?
The behavior of the timer resolution on Windows changed with the release of Windows 10 v2004 to be per-process instead of system-wide as previously.
Windows 11 received the ability to restore the previous behavior through a registry value.
This is what GlobalTimerResolutionRequests do.

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Re: Intelligent standby list cleaner (ISLC) v1.0.3.2 Released (updated)

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Wagnard wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 10:17 pm
Ecclesia wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 2:48 am What does GlobalTimerResolutionRequests do?
The behavior of the timer resolution on Windows changed with the release of Windows 10 v2004 to be per-process instead of system-wide as previously.
Windows 11 received the ability to restore the previous behavior through a registry value.
This is what GlobalTimerResolutionRequests do.
Okay. Does this mean we should tick this if we want everything in our system is running at 0.5 max timer resolution?
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Ecclesia wrote: Sun Mar 17, 2024 4:44 am
Wagnard wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 10:17 pm
Ecclesia wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 2:48 am What does GlobalTimerResolutionRequests do?
The behavior of the timer resolution on Windows changed with the release of Windows 10 v2004 to be per-process instead of system-wide as previously.
Windows 11 received the ability to restore the previous behavior through a registry value.
This is what GlobalTimerResolutionRequests do.
Okay. Does this mean we should tick this if we want everything in our system is running at 0.5 max timer resolution?
If this is what you want, yes this option is exactly for that.
Please note a reboot is need when changing this option for it to take effect
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