- Apr 18, 2016
- Windows 8.1
If you have time remove process lasso and see how it behaves. Your system 100% has a program messing with cpu cycles.
I opened chrome the first time after a boot, CPU jumped up to 99-100%
without HMP.A, I did the same, opened chrome the first time after a boot, chrome started noticeably faster with less CPU and disk activity. I think it was because HMP.A isolated/monitored/injected to chrome something that made it slower. I also noticed whatever I do, watching movies, streaming that required constant disk read & write, HMP.A was scanning/monitoring all the activities (1-6% CPU usage + 1-5MB/s reported from task manager) for the interception of possible harms. Without heavy browsing or streaming, HMP.A was almost completely silent
I'm a multitasking user and do a lot of stuffs using my laptop with 5400rpm HDD. This might the reason for the significant impact of HMP.A due to my slow-speed HDD
Are you using a desktop with a 7200rpm HDD or an SSD? I think we can not notice any performance impact running HMP.A on a desktop
@venustus he also confirmed the impact on his machine thank you sir