Originally Posted by chanchan05
Just to note, even Windows is moving away from the "keep memory free" algorithm. On Pro and more expensive versions of Windows 7, there is an option there to enable RAM loading prediction.
i'm all for it. i understand used apps being stored but eco mode? maps? and other system apps that have no use being active and sucking CPU? google talk? i've never even opened it but i know it shouldn't be using ram in place of the apps i do use constantly. i just want to know if there is a list of notorious memory using apps in the system that are safe to freeze/delete.