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|15th July 2013, 08:13 PM||#1|
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Fidelizer PC Optimiser For Audio Applications
From their website:
The author of this is likely someone who does app development for Wxx and knows about before/after Registry changes. Tweaks for audio, W7, W8 are also on this site.
Using a tiny program like regshot.exe one can see the state of the Registry before and after and compare and get a list of changes.
Fidelizer makes up to 600 entries in Extremist mode.
Reviewing the sound aspect, it works as advertised. Sound improves, less hash on cymbals and upper ranges, cleaner all around.
However be warned, it you are not a power Wxx user this may not be for you.
Fidelizer will make Registry entry changes, then sit in the background and upon restart undo those changes.
In practice you have a good chance of removing some functionality, on a permanent basis even after restart. I lost networking, the internet and browsers would not start.
Make a System Restore Point before installing this app, and if you really wish to dig around, make snapshots of your Registry to see what is being changed.
If you have experience digging around in your Registry then this app is for you, if you don't then I can only recommend it for a stand alone music server that has NO OTHER uses because there is the chance to 'brick' your OS.
Those risks being stated, it does exactly what it says. It strips your Windows OS down to an audio server OS, with audible improvement in the sound quality and makes a PC into an excellent front end for top end music servers and music players.
Ed.: This is a similar approach that cPlayer takes. It also unhooks most unused services, processes and functions. Sound improves, but you may lock up your system and need to restart.
Last edited by miragem3i; 15th July 2013 at 08:18 PM.
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