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Ashampoo Core Tuner 2

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Product Description Optimal distribution of computing power – become your system’s operator Are you familiar with this? You would like to watch a movie and it is jerky. That is because the computer …
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Optimal distribution of computing power – become your system’s operator
Are you familiar with this? You would like to watch a movie and it is jerky. That is because the computer is busy handling several tasks simultaneously and the processor power is not used in the best possible way. Computers aren’t fun like this!

When several processes are executed at the same time it is highly important for high-end computers as well as older PCs that the processor power is distributed and used efficiently, in order to ensure a smooth workflow.

Ashampoo Core Tuner 2 enables you to use the complete power of your processor in the best possible way, while it hardly uses up any resources itself thanks to driver technology.
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Nice one op thanks for posting heat. :3

Edited By: 22tanya on Jan 07, 2015 20:51: spelling
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I don't trust the software authors. They claim that the reason a film is jerky on you system is "because the computer is busy handling several tasks simultaneously and the processor power is not used in the best possible way." That is a reason that films can be jerky but there are also several other reasons including both software and hardware. When they make misleading claims that are easily identified why would you trust anything they say?
Not voting either way as the poster took the time to post the deal.

Edited By: jdbigguy on Jan 09, 2015 07:48

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