Does the fans work when you browse on inspiron 7577

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  1. AlexanderKim

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    I just noticed, when i just browsing/coding (vscode), my fans are spinning slightly, wont they be completely off during such tasks?
     
  2. Maleko48

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    Depends how you have your machine setup.
     
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    Dissbling turbo in bios helps a lot
     
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  4. AlexanderKim

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    Its by default
     
  5. Maleko48

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    Depends where you set your battery slider and if you have active or passive cooling options selected in your Windows power options.
     
  6. AlexanderKim

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    Maximum performance and Active cooling set.
     
  7. Vasudev

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    Vscode does that on my PC as well, I think it uses GPU too much for UI to get smooth and slick.
     
  8. AlexanderKim

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    I have 3 virtual desktops opened, with VSCode / Postman at fullscreen, i also notice that windows are getting slower after 1 week without reboots, switching between desktops are becoming painly slow. Is there a way to clean out memory without reboot?
     
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    VDM in windows does consume more memory and you can try RAMMap from sysinternals suite to clear RAM. Reboot is always good though.
     
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    I use BitSum Process Lasso to keep my system running nice. It seems to do a good job. It has memory reclaiming functions built into it that are good for heavy users.
     
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