There are plenty of tools out there for Windows that allow you to either:
1. Reduce a program's priority at will.
2. Lets you reclaim (=free) used physical RAM by forcing a swap to disk.
#1 that comes to mind is PRIO TASK MANAGER, Free for Personal Use
Of course, as soon as you get or make a video or voice call going, you
should bring the CPU priority of the Jitsi process to "normal".
Another is Process Lasslo, which lets you set certain rules to "tame"
running processes based on usage etc. But it isn't FREE.
#2 is RAMRUSH
It worked very well for me when I tested it.
I have tested neither with Win 8 as I don't use that lame excuse of an OS
yet. But being so simple apps, I bet #2 will work. Not sure about #1 as it
hooks into task manager... might require some vendor tweaks to support Win8
On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 12:46 PM, Flexman <email@example.com> wrote:
I noticed recently that Jitsi always was one of the programs that used
most of the CPU and RAM on my Netbook (running Windows 8).
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