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To be entirely honest, stop error 0x0000001a is not good at all, as Windows has encountered a serious Memory Management error. I would suggest to start out by booting the Memtestx86 CD to see if your RAM is bad.
There's a duplicate on Ask Different. tl;dr: install the latest iTerm2 beta 2.9+, and make sure your Mac is set to not close windows when quitting an app. The new version of iTerm2 restores windows and working directories automagically!
On Windows 7 and 8(.1) the following works (put in .reg file and run): Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\AU] "NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers"=dword:00000001 For Windows 10, see How to *disable* automatic reboots in Windows 10?
If all you need is a memory optimiser then there are plenty of them for windows but I personally don't think they make a difference in performance of the system. Some of them are given below One : RAMRush Two : Clean Ram Three : RAMBooster Bonus: There is a fairly easy way to do in Mac OS X computers. Type "purge" and run in terminal. It'll run for couple ...
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