Running RAM cleaners often is not healthy for the system at least in my experience.
Here's a statement from the developer websiteRunning RAM cleaners often is not healthy for the system at least in my experience.
I would simply remove all the unwanted programs from the startup and try not to mess with services.msc.
Unless the OS is alerting you that physical memory is reaching capacity I would not worry about it. I've run Windows 10 to 90 % RAM capacity without any noticeable system impact.Fresh install of Windows 10 Pro, v 1703. I noticed several unnecessary ram drains and bandwidth hogs.
What general processes and services can i stop. i'm a home user.
Beat me to it Froggy I second that advice lolHave a look here for a great guide. Black Viper's Windows 10 Service Configurations | Black Viper | www.blackviper.com