Last updated on By Venkat
We’ve covered about the availability of thefirst and third betas of Advanced SystemCare 4, if you’re using the latest version, you can notice Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor running on the right side of the screen highlighting CPU, RAM, Disk and Network usage, if you find this annoying, you can disable Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor, here is how.
What is Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor?
Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor is a feature introduced in ASC 4, based on unique performance criteria from IObit, this tool rates or grades your PC performance from A to D. If your PC performance is at low level, this tool offers the suggestions to improve the performance, for example, like running the Turbo boost module.
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PMonitor.exe process(update: In Advanced SystemCare 8 or later versions, you”ll see this as Monitor.exe) will appear running in the Task Manager in the Processes tab, this belongs to Advnaced SystemCare Performance Monitor. You can pin graphic shown by the Performance Monitor to the desktop.
Disabling Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor
By default, this tool was pre-configured to run at Windows startup with ASC, and with the launch of program also. To disable Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor
- Open ASC UI, click “More” drop-down menu and click “Settings”
- Select ‘Performance Monitor’ tab on left and uncheck for “Execute performance Monitor at Windows Startup” and “ Launch Performance Monitor with Advanced SystemCare”, click “Ok” button to save the changes.
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Update: In ASC 6 or later versions, you can disable Performance monitor by following the below steps.
Right click on ASC tray icon > Quick Settings > All Settings > General Settings, deselect ‘Enable Performance Monitor’.
Thank you so much i spent so many time trying to block that annoying shit from running on startup :D
thanks with hug
Thanks a lot
I’m slightly sceptical, it rates my computer a ‘C’ but every other benchmark program is giving it top marks, I have the 4th fastest processor on market, 8gb of the fastest speed RAM and a top scoring Graphics Card.
I somehow have a hunch that if I upgraded or purchased more IObit programs it would rate me higher?
Couldn’t agree less. And now it is missing in v5. You can get it by clicking status on the main window. or report.exe in the asc 5 programs folder.
ok ,…it is NOW OCTOBER 2012!!!!!!!!!!
and I just installed version 6(considerably different ‘view’ than #5)………………and as I am usually very careful about all that ‘add-on’ crap I was very surprised when this PM crud popped up—-I have emailed vendor = NO response to my query about how to KILL IT!!!!!!!! V6 does not have your ‘more/settings’ (that I can see) so other than uninstalling it, any options??????????
“PM crud” not getting your question, be clear.
me again…finally heard from asc..heres their answer
Run your ASC V6 => and click on More Settings and Settings on the top right => and click General Settings => and uncheck Enable Performance Monitor.
I ‘think’ I ended up doing this, with a LOT of hunt/peck…dont seem to be seeing it now(and the system IS runniong a little faster now that this no longer ‘lives’!!!!!!!!!!
Its good that you found through help of ASC support, but I don’t use this program on my computer. I reviewed ASC Free v6 recently, but from version to version ASC brings interface changes so the options location also change, we can’t update the post whenever new version releases, unless when notified by readers like you through comments.
So not to trouble other users I am updating the post anyway, and let me tell you I’ve not found any difficulty in finding this.
Michael Weisser says
Ya, I’d like to know what is so damn annoying about the performance monitor? I kinda like having it up there, plus you can minaturize it. Advanced System Care has some really cool stuff.
Venkat eswarlu says
Its not annoying at all, but some don’t like it running on top of their desktop.