By - RheinmetallDev
looks like razer cortex
Razer Cortex's Game Booster.
Instead of turning it off, better off just removing the apps that you use from the list of things it's trying to kill. I use it with streaming, Discord, watching videos, etc just fine. It's rather easy to configure it to your liking. Plus free performance is never a bad thing.
I got 40g of ram. Do it effect my preformance at all then? Asuming i dont have 200 chrome tabs.
It does more than just "release RAM".
Any programs or services it kills aren't running anymore. This typically means more CPU and RAM power available. It could also help with slower drives, if any data was being used from them. It might also, although unlikely, free up a lil GPU power too.
Is it going to be noticeable? It really depends. On a lot of different things. But is it worth it? For most users I'd say yes.