However, we figure that we can mitigate the effects of self-managing application virtual memory *and* improve efficiency by being smart about what processes we trim, and giving the user more control over what processes get trimmed, and when.
In other words, we turned a negative into a positive. That’s what we do here at Bitsum. When there’s a blocker, we find a way around it. When there seems no need, we find a niche.
Granted, we’ve still got some work to do to reach our goal. Version 8.0 will be when we toot the SmartTrim horn. However, it’s fully functional now. We do have it disabled by default though, and don’t recommend it for systems that are not already RAM constrained.