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Interested in spiking neural networks, genetic algorithms, Standard C++, OpenCL, database, ... and a few more things.


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answered Cannot install applications: error code -60008
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comment Cannot install applications: error code -60008
@Mark - I cannot do it any longer. SourceTree got corrupted trying to install the new version...
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accepted Performance issues, can I recover memory?
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comment Performance issues, can I recover memory?
I do not reboot my computer often because it controls the nuclear power station in my basement ;-) The list of processes sorted by memory usage is: kernel_task (670 MB), followed by a list of 30 Google Chrome Renderer processes (7 MB - 300 MB). Now, Chrome creates a new process for every new tab, and I admit I have many of them open. However it should be the operating system in charge of moving some of these processes out of memory when not used for a long time or when resources get scarce.
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asked Performance issues, can I recover memory?
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accepted Mac OS-X disk file format
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comment Mac OS-X disk file format
I updated my question adding the reason. Here there is a screenshot that shows the extra options.
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revised Mac OS-X disk file format
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asked Mac OS-X disk file format
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accepted Can I manually limit the %CPU used by a process?
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comment Can I manually limit the %CPU used by a process?
Interesting. But with this utility I have to launch a program, find its PID(s) and manually use cputhrottle. Every time I launch it. Is there something that allows me to tell the system: “From today always run this program with a maximum of 25% CPU” ?