Fuj is one of the most interesting persons of the forum. But his criticism is often bitter, not to say inappropriate. I can understand he has a feeling of admiration which is tinged with jealousy for me, and I apologize him, but his prognosis concerning Clearpagefileatshutdown may be wrong.
Should you disable paging file, as suggested by Fuj? Certainly not, your system could crash in case you don't have enough free RAM.
This site explains it: https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/2ugi56/should_i_disable_the_paging_file_if_i_have_an_ssd/
By the way, this tweak is the only one I integrated that is concerning the system. The others are just cosmetic changes, or improvements (even for third parties software like winrar).
But you're right concerning the size of pagefile.sys, I was thinking this tweak was decreasing the size of pagefile.sys and it does not, so I will put the key back to 0 in the next version, the shutdown speed will probably be greatly improved.
If you understand what paging file is for, it goes without saying that you need enough RAM if you're going to disable it. It was my mistake not to make this clear; I was seeing things from personal perspective (16GB). You linked a Reddit thread you think proves your point but they're basically saying don't disable the paging file unless you have lots of RAM, and I agree. If you do have enough, I say disable the paging file. No matter how much memory you have, Windows will always make a certain amount of writes to the swap file. I want to maximize the lifespan of my SSD so I eliminated those writes. No real reason not to. I do heavy multitasking, play memory-hungry games while having Firefox with many tabs open plus I have 4GB permanently occupied by a RAM disk. Never had a problem. So I'm not really concerned about crashes due to running out of memory, and that's the only reason why you wouldn't want to disable the paging file.
I can understand he has a feeling of admiration which is tinged with jealousy for me.
I told you long ago that you have a pathologically narcissistic personality and you have proven it many times since, but this...
Don't worry, you won't have to deal with my bitterness, I only visit the forum every once in a while and I don't post, you made sure of that. But when I do visit and see something silly, like you welcoming a malware-posting bot or giving wrong descriptions of Windows tweaks, I can't stop myself from reacting. I promise not to make a habit out of it; you deleted my posts one time too many, so don't worry about me becoming an active member again.