Parking Status overview
Core Parking is a sleep state, C6, supported by most modern processors and Operating Systems. This technology is dynamically disables CPU cores in an effort to conserve power when idle. Disabled cores are re-enabled as the CPU load increases once again. For more information read our Core Parking article.
As you understant, this feature help you to balance energy consumption by your CPU. Let us explain this. If you are performing some tasks that do not consume a lot of CPU power, all the cores that are parked will remain in that state. However, if you are running something that requires a lot of CPU power, all the cores, which were previously parked, will be placed in the active state (unparked) to perform the task. And after it’s done, they will be parked again.
All in all, this is a nice feature to save the energy. Otherwise, you can see substantial performance gains after disabling core parking. Unfortunately, there is no way to manage CPU core parking from the user interface or by running command prompt.
Parking Status is Windows 10 gadget give you the ability to toggle core parking at the press of a button, without having to manually go through registries or other complicated methods. After run the gadget show the current status of the core parking status, and a link to toggle it state. All you need just klick on this link and your CPU core parking status changed immediately. Gadget will inform you about. Be sure that you give to gadget permission to change your computer registry. It is 100% safe and need for unhide parking features into settings.
However, not all types of processors support core parking, so it’s best to check if yours does. Sadly, the gadget does not inform you whether or not your CPU can handle this. But nothing bad will happen if you use gadget on unsupported CPU. Parking status not changed without any other damages.
Also operate with cores parking available from settings in our System Monitor II gadget.