A very clean system should have under 60 at a given time.
189 at the moment. Running Linux so processes philosophy will be a little different (and slightly more liberal) to Windows. See screenshot: http://imgur.com/U0X0t
#3 i dont think so d:.. you just run windows without audio and close all the svhost.exe procces'?
I let 5 of those processes run, because i am nice....
I currently have 60 running on my laptop, and using 52% of my 2GB RAM. :haha:
The i7 920 I'm currently testing is running only 39 processes, and 17% of its 6GB available RAM.
I'm at 100, with 5 chrome tabs and a few other programs running. My secondary computer with W7 running F@H has only 50.
it was a joke, not a documentary
With this window open I'm at 79 this is on fresh reboot.
I can easily break 100
at bootup 40+; now after fewhours of surfing 54.
I'm pulling 47 normally.
Pfffttt, so what! Top this:
I've got 39 and 36 processes running in my XP desktop and laptop.
Generally desktops have less processes running when compared with the notebooks (not counting in XP here), so I think we should divide all notebook processes with the factor of 2, before posting the final number
43 processes on Windows XP on my work computer.
My work computer bounces between 50-60 processes. I try to keep if fairly low because it gets rather bogged down with what I need to do at work - graphic design - and I'm still trying to talked my boss into an upgrade .......
23 process? thats increible but maybe you are killing alot of "necesary process" i can have without antivirus 44 or 43 not less
64 on Win 7 x64.
Windows 7 x86
33 after cold boot.
40 with google chrome(4 tabs)
AVG -> 12
Browser -> 4
Nvidia -> 5
Other Apps -> 4
Windows 07, x64
My old Dell 3.0 Ghz P4 running XP Pro, only Chrome open... 59 processes