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Wise Memory Optimizer was working nicely until it updated to the current version, 4.1.6.118.  It pretty reliably kept memory usage below 85%, usually below 80%.  Since the upgrade, with my computer habits unchanged, memory usage often gets up to 88-89%, and system performance suffers noticeably.

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@NorrinRadd

Hello,

Thanks for your feedback.

Yes, Wise Memory Optimizer v4.1.6 uses more memory than v4.1.4  because 4.1.4 is only a 32-bit version, while 4.1.6 has 32-bit and 64-bit versions. If your operating system is 64-bit.

However, the difference is very small. On my computer (latest Windows 11), version 4.1.6 uses 5.3-6 MB of memory, and version 4.1.4 uses 4.5-5.0 MB of memory. 

Please open the Task Manager and check which process is taking up more memory.

The following link is to download version 4.1.4 (portable version)

https://downloads.wisecleaner.com/soft/WMO_4.1.4.116.zip

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On 4/21/2022 at 5:45 AM, wisecleaner_admin said:

@NorrinRadd

Hello,

Thanks for your feedback.

Yes, Wise Memory Optimizer v4.1.6 uses more memory than v4.1.4  because 4.1.4 is only a 32-bit version, while 4.1.6 has 32-bit and 64-bit versions. If your operating system is 64-bit.

However, the difference is very small. On my computer (latest Windows 11), version 4.1.6 uses 5.3-6 MB of memory, and version 4.1.4 uses 4.5-5.0 MB of memory. 

Please open the Task Manager and check which process is taking up more memory.

The following link is to download version 4.1.4 (portable version)

https://downloads.wisecleaner.com/soft/WMO_4.1.4.116.zip

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On 4/21/2022 at 5:45 AM, wisecleaner_admin said:

@NorrinRadd

Hello,

Thanks for your feedback.

Yes, Wise Memory Optimizer v4.1.6 uses more memory than v4.1.4  because 4.1.4 is only a 32-bit version, while 4.1.6 has 32-bit and 64-bit versions. If your operating system is 64-bit.

However, the difference is very small. On my computer (latest Windows 11), version 4.1.6 uses 5.3-6 MB of memory, and version 4.1.4 uses 4.5-5.0 MB of memory. 

Please open the Task Manager and check which process is taking up more memory.

The following link is to download version 4.1.4 (portable version)

https://downloads.wisecleaner.com/soft/WMO_4.1.4.116.zip

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Thanks for the reply.  Unfortunately, it does not address my concerns.  I don't care how much memory WMO uses.  My concern is that the new version is not working as well as the previous version did.  The  previous version worked automatically to manage RAM usage.  The new one only works manually, and sometimes not even then.  It often gives "not enough timers" error messages.

I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

Thank you also for trying to provide a link to the old WMO so that I could try reverting.  Unfortunately, while the link *says* 4.1.4.116, it *actually* points to the current version, 4.1.6.118.

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Hello,

Sorry about the link, please try this one: https://downloads.wisecleaner.com/soft/WMO_4.1.4.116.zip

We test the auto-optimize function in Windows 7. It works well.

The principle of Auto-Optimize is that Wise Memory Optimizer checks whether the available memory is lower than the set value every 5 minutes from the time it starts running. If yes, WMO optimizes memory immediately. If not, it will wait 5 minutes and check again.

If the option "Run when CPU is idle" is enabled, then the principle is that Wise Memory Optimizer checks whether the available memory is lower than the set value and CPU usage is lower than 5% every 5 minutes from the time it starts running. If yes, WMO optimizes memory immediately. If not, it will wait 5 minutes and check again.

 

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