Doh, I thought I ran through all the options but obviously I missed that. How elegant solution from the devs. Why keep all the previous settings as they were, indeed.Did you also enable the Shared Memory from the options? As its currently disabled by default, it could explain the error for "not finding memory mapped file".
The latest version has host-attribute within that can possibly be used to this. I haven't done it myself (yet), but there should be way to filter based on it. If that seems to work, I could add manual fixed categories, that you could configure on each machine, so that your server(s) and workstation(s) could possibly be then filtered/"grouped" based on that category.
If you test with that "host" attribute and get (any) desirable results, let me know if we can enrich the "fixed categories" do help.
I can understand the need for a Pro license and I wouldn’t mind paying for a Pro version but the “yearly” subscription it’s a no go for me. I mean you are asking for more than a third of the Office 365 subscription… This soft is great but you can't really compare to 1/3 of what O365 is offering let’s be honest.
That’s very unfortunate and I hope the author of the plugin find a way to make it work with the registry instead of the shared memory
You are correct, but I rather pay 100$ once for a lifetime license (including updates) than a yearly subscription, I’m completely allergic to this model.You are not forced to subscribe for the maintenance....
You are correct, but I rather pay 100$ once for a lifetime license (including updates) than a yearly subscription, I’m completely allergic to this model.
For me lifetime = as long as the software is actively developed. I don’t mind paying yearly subscription for a “online” service that I consume. But for a software that runs 100% on my system and doesn’t require online resources it’s a no go.
A good example of "Lifetime" is the PlexPass. Monthly, yearly or lifetime subscription, perfect, even though is consume “cloud” ressources.
100% agree on this one, and I completely understand the economic advantage behind the difference between purchase and subscription.... Remember the "infinite storage on cloud" that Microsoft and Google had...
Do you maybe have an NVIDIA GPU? There was a known memory leak in their drivers related to the GPU Power sensor.
Try to disable monitoring of the GPU Power sensor if it will stop leaking.