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Auto decrease threads option - expand on it suggestions

royalmiceroyalmice WEBSITE: ---> | SKYPE:---> asiavirtualsolutions
I noticed that the auto decrease threads option is back after it was removed some time ago. While this feature is nice i would like to suggest some expansion of the auto decrease threads option for @Sven to consider.

Decrease threads based on CPU load
Why not let the users choose at what level of CPU usage the threads should be used instead of having a fixed 50%

Suggested - Decrease threads based on RAM load
99% of users get the dreaded out of memory pop up when they push the system to hard, why not add the option to auto decrease threads option based on a RAM usage %

Suggested - Auto increase threads option
Can we also have the option to then again increase the threads when  CPU or RAM usage is below X percentage

Many Thanks


  • SvenSven
    Actually there was never such an option before but yes, I can see the other options could make sense too.
  • royalmiceroyalmice WEBSITE: ---> | SKYPE:---> asiavirtualsolutions
    edited June 2014

    Maybe you have forgotton about it == > In early 2012 there was a function under options : monitor pc resource and automatically lower threads - here is a screenshot, see the option just below threads to use

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  • SvenSven
    Wow indeed I forgot about it. I wonder how I build that in the past and why I removed it again.
  • royalmiceroyalmice WEBSITE: ---> | SKYPE:---> asiavirtualsolutions
    edited June 2014
    @sven -

    No worries I forgot stuff all the time, i am sure you will figure it out again, if i remember correctly the load function in the past did not work so well, which is maybe why you removed it.

    I think that most people have out of RAM more often than out of CPU, so if you could look at something to auto control that it would be a killer.

    Have a nice weekend

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