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6 I got a request to re-open this thread, as there have been some updates to the kitchen since the thread was closed. Have at it!
3 Tempted to get more RAM I wonder about the removal of modules from XIP. There are posts regarding this, e.g. the full manual XIP porting thread here and also on mobileunderground here but it seems that some are safe to remove and others are not. ...
3 I use three different things to free up RAM from time to time: Hibernate, Refresh (Today), and Compact Heaps. You can call the first two with shortcuts to dotfred's task manager, and the third one can be called with a shortcut to SK Tools. Compa...
3 You don't need to run devhealth to get the boot-time, just look at HKCU\Performance\millisecondstoidlethread. I actually run a mortscript that records each time I reset my device, and how long it takes (there's a shortcut to it in the startup fol...
3 If you check the 'about' tab in dotfred's, it has a bunch of command lines you can use in shortcuts to do some pretty cool stuff. One of them is to send a hibernate call. These are the two shortcuts you need: Hibernate: 1#\Windows\dF_TaskMgr...