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    Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Performance tab now shows GPU utilisation for each GPU plus VRAM usage.
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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    What I would like: A super, SUPER, light version of Windows 10 with lots and lots of stuff stripped clean. A fast OS, max free ram (Super fetch off), minimum space used, with the option of adding back certain features.

    In the olden days I used vLite to create an epic Win7 install.

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    What I would like: A super, SUPER, light version of Windows 10 with lots and lots of stuff stripped clean. A fast OS, max free ram (Super fetch off), minimum space used, with the option of adding back certain features.

    In the olden days I used vLite to create an epic Win7 install.
    So basically you want Windows Embedded?

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Actually that gpu monitor might be pretty handy... but why can't they treat it like the cpu in one window.

    Now if my nvidia card would spin up it's fan without needing msi afterburner I could technically get rid of a utility I need to install each time.

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    So basically you want Windows Embedded?
    or windows enterprise

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by aniilv View Post
    or windows enterprise
    Or rather, Windows "N" which has some of the bs removed. Windows Enterprise is just like the other Windows Installations and is fat as hell, you can squeeze a lot of it out using SCCM but not much.

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Or rather, Windows "N" which has some of the bs removed. Windows Enterprise is just like the other Windows Installations and is fat as hell, you can squeeze a lot of it out using SCCM but not much.
    I've used windows 7 "N" and the only thing it seemed to have removed was Media player, all the other bumf seemed intact.

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by virtuo View Post
    I've used windows 7 "N" and the only thing it seemed to have removed was Media player, all the other bumf seemed intact.
    Pretty much, some of the other media stuff as well but otherwise I don't know why they bother xD

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    I would like to get rid of Cortana, and Edge, and any Microsoft office, and OneDrive,
    and the spyware

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Pretty much, some of the other media stuff as well but otherwise I don't know why they bother xD
    Legally required to because of the EU iirc.... yeah I know I think it's pretty stupid too.

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    I'd settle for them fixing bugs that have been in there since Anniversary edition:

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_files/file-names-are-aligned-to-left-instead-of-center/71a386a7-085f-49a6-b3c5-1e2e75e63e33

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files/any-way-to-work-around-two-bugs-in-creators-update/9056991b-354d-4b65-80f3-d14534cafd41

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    What I would like: A super, SUPER, light version of Windows 10 with lots and lots of stuff stripped clean. A fast OS, max free ram (Super fetch off), minimum space used, with the option of adding back certain features.

    In the olden days I used vLite to create an epic Win7 install.
    I do hate that super fetch using my ram to make things faster... I buy my ram to not be used as much as possible... oh wait...

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    I'd settle for them to make a platform rather than a 1 does all OS

    you can never do everything better than everyone (it's common sense),. yet they are trying, ditch the phone crap and it could be half decent.

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    Re: Microsoft adds GPU(s) monitor to Task Manager in Win 10 b16226

    Quote Originally Posted by tomthum View Post
    I would like to get rid of Cortana, and Edge, and any Microsoft office, and OneDrive,
    and the spyware
    https://getfedora.org/

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