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Thread: Shutting Down Groups Of Processes

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    If I want to play games smoothly , I ideally have to kill my network connection , firewall , Objectdock , AV and some smaller non-essential stuff to free up resources , but it's quite a bother to shut them down manually - is there any program that'll let me shut down/start up a specified group of programs with just one click ?

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    um easy way have another user sign in for your comp , one for surfing and other stuff and one for games , set each one up the way you want them

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  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Originally posted by fred devliegher@24 March 2004 - 12:08
    If I want to play games smoothly , I ideally have to kill my network connection , firewall , Objectdock , AV and some smaller non-essential stuff to free up resources , but it's quite a bother to shut them down manually - is there any program that'll let me shut down/start up a specified group of programs with just one click ?
    You may want to consider upgrading your computer. Try doubling the amount of ram you have now. That should help a bit.

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