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Wise Memory Optimizer (WMO) icon doesn't appear on task tray when my PC is booted.

So you can't quit the WMO process by right-clicking the icon.

 

I hope that the icon shall appear on task tray all the time basically.

 

To open WMO window, you need to

1) quit WMO process by using "task manager"

2) restart WMO by double-clicking "WiseMemoryOptimzer.exe"

 

Hewlett-Packard Desktop PC

Windows 7 64bit Japanese Edition

4 GB RAM

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Your options look a bit different than mine so I just downloaded the latest version, clicked the executable and the icon immediately appeared in the system tray (as designed). So, are you saying you have the system tray option marked and it is not working? Also, have you tried the latest version?

 

 

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Mrs.UCanFixIt,
Thank you for your reply.

> are you saying you have the system tray option marked and it is not working?

 

Yes, it's what I mean.

 

> Also, have you tried the latest version?

 

I have found and installed WMO for the first time a couple weeks ago.

I don't get how to see the version of WMO.

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Unfortunately, I just deleted mine so I can't do a compare for you. Anyway, to be sure you have the latest version, go here and download it directly from Wise. Once done, just click the executable, set your options, and see if the tray icon appears (like it did for me). BTW, your interface looks completely different than mine (besides the language difference). I suspect you are/were running an earlier version. Let us know.

 

http://www.wisecleaner.com/download.html

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Dear Mrs.UCanFIxIt,

> The latest version was released on 10-30-2013.

 

I downloaded the latest version through the link you showed.

The "exe" file shows the created date of "10-28-2013" as shown on the attached PNG imagery.

 

So I guess the WMO which I have used is the latest version.

 

My HP Desktop PC is just for family or low-performance model.

My HP Desktop PC only has 4GB RAM.

I have installed "SoftPefect RAM Disk" and created 1GB RAM Drive (R:) and set "TMP" and "TEMP" folders in the RAM Drive to speed up.

 

SoftPerfect RAM Disk
http://www.softperfect.com/products/ramdisk/
 

If some other applications cause this trouble, I guess "SoftPerfect RAM Disk" may be most doubtful one.

 

I have no idea to solve this matter besides "SoftPerfect RAM Disk".

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Dear Mrs.UCanFIxIt,

 

This trouble seems to be almost solved.

I think that this inquiry is finished.

 

I started to download and update the following applications from the top.

 

Evernote Client
Box.com Client
Dropbox Client
Google Drive Client
SoftPerfect RAM Disk

 

The icon of WMO has appeared since

1) the "box.com clent" was updated, and

2) my PC was rebooted.

 

But the icon of "box.com client" has disappeard since then.

I'm OK so far even if the icon of "box.com client" disappears.

Box Sync ver.4 Download
https://sites.box.com/sync4/

 

Thank you.

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Hi Tokushima,

 

It almost sounds like your activities have forced a rotation of icons through the viewable taskbar. See here for a similar situation:

 

Windows 7 64x System Tray Icon Limit

 

BTW, 4GBs of RAM should be quite adequate for a family-oriented PC and I think your combined use of a memory optimizer and ram disk might be overkill in an attempt to solve a problem that doesn't exist. For example, I have a family oriented desktop and laptop. Both have 8GBs of ram installed and the average ram usage is about 1.2 GBs on each. So, what is the rest of my ram doing? The answer is nothing! Remember, ram is meant to be used so I would actually be happier if I saw my ram usage increase. That way, I would know I was getting my money's worth! With that said, I have a funny feeling that if you disabled both programs and looked at your resource monitor, you would find that you have an adequate amount of available ram as well.

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