The best characteristic of CPU core parking manager is its ease of use. The program offers the easiest way to accomplish un-park, which traditionally requires the user to modify the Windows registry manually.
With him none of it is necessary. Everything happens through a single window, intuitive even being in English. It shows the maximum capacity of your processor, the current speed to which it is operating, the amount of cores and the current CPU parking configuration.
To increase performance, just put the slider in the minimum percentage of speed you want for your CPU, and then press the “Apply” button. Changes are made immediately, not being required to restart the computer.
But not everything in the interface is perfect. After pressing the “apply”, the program applies the new settings, but the screen does not change. You need to click on the “Refresh” button, which is basically just there to correct this flaw.
Another fault is in the “Current CPU speed” indicator, which does not display the CPU frequency above the base speed. For example: If the processor clock is 2.7 GHz and the user has made overlock at 4.0 GHz, the current Speed field will show only 2.7 GHz, even if it is actually running at 4.0 GHz.
The errors have already been identified by the developer, which promises to be working on the corrections. In any way, they do not compromise the usability of the application, which has no extra resources.
Far from being a problem, being lean makes the CPU core parking manager lightweight, rotate fluidly and occupy very little space on the PC. To work it only needs Microsoft .net Framework 4.0 or later installed on the machine, which is standard in multicolor.
Easy to use
Allows you to enable and disable the “parking” without touching the registry
Does not require machine restart
interface does not update new settings automatically
Current speed indicator limited by base speed
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