Shadow Defender slows down my system to a crawl after few minutes

Discussion in 'Shadow Defender' started by Tempnexus, May 1, 2016.

  1. Tempnexus

    Tempnexus Level 3

    Nov 25, 2015


    It's not 100% smooth but it's 90% smoother once I disabled the RAM cache. I can actually use my PC now!!! (Yes I bought the lic for the SD since the trail was expiring). I tested it the RAM with SSD and on a cloned Regular HD, on the regular HD the RAM setting didn't do diddly squat, well actually it made it feel a bit faster. However, on the SSD (Samsung SSD) it brought the system to it's knees. SO yeah my conclusion is based on your conclusion; IF you have an SSD and it's your boot drive then don't use the ram setting, leave it at 0. (Why? I have no fucking clue)
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