a Program deactivator tool
in a future version i would like to see a tool similar to Program deactivator of AVG Tuneup ...
here's the pictures of window of that tools (and explanations)
this tool is able to manage the deactivation and re-activation of a process dynamically ... the user by a list similar to a processes manager decide what softwares/processes want deactivate and they stay deactivate until the user launch the software as soon as he need it. At that point the tool reactivates the process. When the user shut-down the software the tool deactivate again the process so that it can't eat in background power and memory resources .
I think it would be an huge improvement but I do not know if it's a proprietary feature of AVG and if you could find a way to do something with the same effectiveness without have to copy the patent.
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it seems that AVG TuneUp is not the only , at today, to have a Program deactivator tool (a real time or dynamic manager of the processes activation/deactivation) :
i recently discovered that also IOBit Advanced system care 8.0 has a program deactivator tool probably also in its free version