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    OPTIMISING the T100

    Hi Guys,

    Of the 32GB it seems with next to little installation i only have 9.7GB of space. No hardcore apps installed, no media or anything to take up the space. only a few progs of which my really really old paintshop pro took about 200MB.

    What i wanted to know is if we can delete UNWANTED files off the system that will not affect performance BUT still give more memory back. Any ideas..?

    Ill start the ball rolling:

    135MB: Asus Video: C/Windows/Asus/Video
    Asus Manual (cannot recall how much i saved there but deleted that anyway)

    Any other ideas..?

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    You could disable hibernate and save yourself about 1.5GB for the the hibernate file. Also try setting a static page file, I haven't found the right amount yet but the max you can save is about 2GB.
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    Dont install office, and if you haven't yet installed it, delete it's install files.
    They are in a hidden folder located at C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\OEMOffice15
    This should save 2 or 3 gb.

    ----

    You can save another 3gb by reinstalling windows through an x86 windows 8.1 RTM iso.
    Not sure if you can still do a factory reset after doing this though!
    More info on how to install windows 8.1 RTM is found here:
    http://www.transformerforums.com/for...uct-key-2.html

    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    You could disable hibernate and save yourself about 1.5GB for the the hibernate file. Also try setting a static page file, I haven't found the right amount yet but the max you can save is about 2GB.
    nice i tried it and it works,
    but it considerably slows down boot time and possibly shutdown time as well.

    it's still fast thanks to the SSD, but no longer lightning-sexy-fast;
    so it's not something i'd disable unless i'm desperate
    Last edited by beginning; 02-02-2014 at 03:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beginning View Post
    nice i tried it and it works,
    but it considerably slows down boot time and possibly shutdown time as well.

    it's still fast thanks to the SSD, but no longer lightning-sexy-fast;
    so it's not something i'd disable unless i'm desperate
    I don't think I've done more than 3 actual shutdowns on my tablet. Since it's in connected standby 99.9% of the time, I'm ok with with the extra 4 seconds or so for boot/shutdown

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    what about all the procs running ? taskmgr.exe shows quite a few, i wonder how many are really necessary?

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    Most are services and such forth. If you look at the memory foot print and CPU footprint of most of them, they are tiny. At best removing all non-essential ones, you are looking at freeing up a few dozen MBs of RAM and maybe a tenth or two % drag on the CPU.

    If you don't care for the effect or usage of it, you could uninstall Asus reading mode utility and smart gestures. That would free up a few dozen MB of HDD space and the same of RAM. Not a whole heck of a lot else is "optional" stuff and/or that is eating up anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    You could disable hibernate and save yourself about 1.5GB for the the hibernate file. Also try setting a static page file, I haven't found the right amount yet but the max you can save is about 2GB.
    That is freakin awesome. I tested reboot times... the few seconds longer are barely noticeable and well worth the extra space on the 32gb model.

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    you can also adjust the Performance Settings, might help a bit.
    Control Panel/System/Advanced System Settings/Performance "Settings"/change to "Adjust for Best Performance"/Apply
    Asus T100 64GB
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    I disabled Hibernate, uninstalled most of the Asus stuff, and locked the page file to a MAX of 2GB. I also removed a lot of the Start widgets and programs, which saved me nearly half a gig. I forgot how I did it, you'll have to look it up. But, with Office still installed and some misc programs installed as well, I'm at 16.2GB. If I restart it and the page file shrinks, it can go up to nearly 17.
    Asus T100TA 32GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpr5703 View Post
    I disabled Hibernate, uninstalled most of the Asus stuff, and locked the page file to a MAX of 2GB. I also removed a lot of the Start widgets and programs, which saved me nearly half a gig. I forgot how I did it, you'll have to look it up. But, with Office still installed and some misc programs installed as well, I'm at 16.2GB. If I restart it and the page file shrinks, it can go up to nearly 17.
    you need to share some magic..!

 

 
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