ragazzi mi potete delucidare su questo programma per controllare tutte le app di sistema…allora, l’indicatore di memoria libera mi da soli 22 mega, sui 128 disponibili? ma è possibile?? ho solo 1 applicazione aperta adesso per esempio e mi prende quasi tutta la memoria…da voi fa lo stesso?:slight_smile:

è normale.
il firmware di per se si prende quasi tutta la memoria.
per le applicazioni si solito si hanno sempre massimo 40-50mb, sei nella norma

ah capito…grazie per le ottime info

memtool ad ideogrammi?!?

Son andato x caso in altro e mi sono in realtà un po spaventato x gli ideogrammi made in china o simile…ad ogni modo

programma molto utile x chiudere applicazioni aperte…fa bene e velocemente il suo dovere…ma nn ho ben capito nemmeno leggendo le varie spiegazioni a cosa serve il tasto PULISCI . . . Liberare la memoria?
Siccome nn mi pare si possa scegliere cosa pulire, pulisce direttamente tutto indistintamente??
e quindi se ho capito giusto e volessi pulire o kiudere (omonimia) una singola applicazione clicco sulla freccetta e kiudo un singolo processo?!?!?

è esatto??!:confused1:


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