Cacheman Changelog


·  Search function (F3 and Ctrl + F shortcut) added directly to the information tab: search text will be looked for in process names, window captions, paths (case-insensitive)
·  Windows Build is displayed on the information tab
·  Ctrl + R hotkey to quickly restart the selected process or service
·  Bug fixes


·  Improved memory management:

New function to take RAM away from other processes when
a process defined as very important is started.
May come handy when starting a computer game.

·  Button added with a shortcut to Memory Diagnostic
·  Report shows now also Uptime
·  Added copy submenu to rightclick menu
·  Intel Kaby Lake Processor support
·  Improved compatibility and optimization for Windows 10 anniversary update


· Added progress dialog to the start procedure of Cacheman settings control
· Bug fixes


· Extended Dynamic Priority with options for foreground apps
· Improved SSD detection
· More accurate manual RAM recovery display
· Enhanced compatibility for Windows 10 Fast Ring builds
· Improved support for Intel Skylake processors 
· System report now includes storage drives and if installed, multiple GPUs
· Verbose system messages tweak
· Warning dialog when the user tries to disable UAC
· Rightclick menu now includes the tools which are already accessible from the Tray Icon menu
· Improved column sorting
· Alternate display switch in Tray Icon display submenu
· Bug Fixes 


· Core rewrite to support the Windows 10 kernel
· Several Windows 10 tweaks added
· Added support for Intel Skylake processors (Core i7-6700K, i5-6600K, etc.)
· New Graphics | CAD Workstation profile
· Information tab display shows process Read/Write statistics
· Improved support for DDR4 memory
· Optimized memory handling for systems with more than 16 GB of RAM
· Processes can now be marked with colors
· Tray Icon will show menu now also on single click
· New skins


· New option to show CPU usage in the Windows taskbar 
· Added motherboard, CPU socket, and bios version data to the information tab and report window 
· Initial processor support for Intel Broadwell-U and AMD Carizzo 


· Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1: More system tweaks 
· SSD Optimization added to Auto-Optimize 
· RAM recovery: Global Hotkey on Options Tab 
· RAM recovery: Tray notification for manual recovery 
· Hidden process list can be temporarily ignored
  (Rightclick menu -> Process List) 
· Added processor support: Intel Broadwell, AMD Vishera 


· Windows 8.1 only: Tweaked Auto-Optimization Cache values 
· Windows 7 only: Improved handling of the core parking feature on processors with Hyperthreading 
· Windows XP only: Option to extend Windows Updates to the year 2019 

· All operating systems: 
· Improved Gaming and Maximum Performance profiles for Core i7 processors 
· More tweaks added 
· Updated Intel Haswell Refresh CPU support 


· Improved Windows 8.1 support 
· Tweak added to boot directly to Desktop on Windows 8.1 and 8.1 
· Better compatibility of the remove shortcut arrows from desktop icons tweak.
  Should work now on all systems without problems. 
· Track network shortcuts performance tweak 
· Hotkey to hide process from information tab (CTRL + H) 
· 6 new skins: Black Box, Calcium, Light Board, Pulsar, Windows 8, Zest 
· Initial AMD Steamroller support 
· Further improvements to the Gaming PC profile 


· Greatly improved Gaming PC profile: now optimizes also Steam games; also adds 
  NVidia SLI and AMD CrossFire support 
· New Digital Audio Workstation optimization profile 
· Improved basic profile 
· Added support for Intel Haswell processors (for example Core i7 4770K) 
· Processes can now be hidden from the information tab
· Hotkeys added for often performed information tab functions


· Initial Windows 8.1 support 
· New profile: Windows 7-10 Tablet optimization 

This profile improves user interface responsiveness on several
Windows 7-10 x86/x64 tablet computers including (but not limited to)
Acer Iconia W510, Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2, and Dell Latitude 10.

· Support added for Intel Ivy Bridge processors (Core i7-3770, Core i7-3770K etc.)
· Support for Intel Atom Z2760
· Improved support for AMD Fusion processors 


· Dynamic Priority 

Cacheman will dynamically lower the priority of background applications
that use a lot of processing power. The application that is active will run
faster this way. You can exempt a specific application from this feature
by configuring a Sticky Priority.

· Improvements to existing profiles (including new descriptions)  
· Extended Basic Profile 
· New profile: Windows 7 Tablet optimization 

This profile improves user interface responsiveness on several
Windows 7 tablet computers including Asus Eee EP121,
Samsung Sliding 7, Viliv X70 and the Lenovo U1 Hybrid.

· New Tweaks 
· Six new Skins 
· Manual RAM recovery function is now available also outside of debug mode (Tray Icon menu and Defragment menu)
· Support added for Intel LGA 2011 processors (Core i7-3820, Core i7-3930K and Core i7-3960X) 
· Support added for AMD Phenom II X4 650(T), 850 and 980 processors 
· Greatly improved support for non western languages (Japanese, Chinese etc.) 


· New profiles: Notebook | Netbook and Super User
· Windows 7 SP 1 compatibility
· Existing profiles have been tweaked
· Increased maximum possible tray icons from 3 to 5
· You can change the looks of Cacheman by switching to different skins (10 skins included in the default installation)
· Better support for several new processors, including Intel Gulftown (e.g. Core i7-980X) and AMD Thuban (e.g. Phenom II X6)
· New performance and usability tweaks
· Improved toolbar
· Process list shows more information about services (e.g. svchost.exe instances)
· Several utilities can be quickly launched from the tray icon menu
· You can create system restore points on the backups tab and in the tray icon menu
· Tray icon works better with UAC on 64bit Windows


· Complete program rewrite for Windows Vista and 7 compatibility

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