[Added on Arjan.org] FreeRAM


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ArjanDotOrg

Category: Tweaking > Memory
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FreeRAM


Overview:

FreeRAM is 32-bit win95/98/NT/2000/XP freeware. A program that reclaims
RAM from the operating system and applications. This decreases load
time and improves application performance. Features: Frees up RAM
manually or automatically - Easily free specified amount of RAM with
shortcut - Easily free predefined amount of RAM (5%, 10%, 20% ... 80%)
- Automatically or manually tunes system file cache - Uses system tray
- Skin support.

Homepage: http://www.bysoft.com/freeram.asp

For related software, check out: http://www.arjan.org/?Tweaking


Kind regards,

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Arjan

E-mail: (e-mail address removed) (remove NOSPAM)
Homepage: Arjan.org's Absolute Freeware Links (http://www.arjan.org)
 
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Ed

ArjanDotOrg said:
Category: Tweaking > Memory
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FreeRAM


Overview:

FreeRAM is 32-bit win95/98/NT/2000/XP freeware. A program that reclaims
RAM from the operating system and applications. This decreases load
time and improves application performance. Features: Frees up RAM
manually or automatically - Easily free specified amount of RAM with
shortcut - Easily free predefined amount of RAM (5%, 10%, 20% ... 80%)
- Automatically or manually tunes system file cache - Uses system tray
- Skin support.

Homepage: http://www.bysoft.com/freeram.asp

For related software, check out: http://www.arjan.org/?Tweaking


Kind regards,

_____
Arjan

E-mail: (e-mail address removed) (remove NOSPAM)
Homepage: Arjan.org's Absolute Freeware Links (http://www.arjan.org)

Has anyone got any experience or seen problems using this software?

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George Orwell

Has anyone got any experience or seen problems using this software?

Ed

I installed it on my Win '98SE sytem & took it it back off within a couple of hours. It kept on
locking up in the freeing process requiring Ctl-Alt-Del to close it. Also made my Firefox &
Thunderbird windows go funny with both open. I've gone back to RAMpage which has been hassle
free for years. BTW, I am running only 128MB RAM on a 400MHz.
 
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Ed

George said:
I installed it on my Win '98SE sytem & took it it back off within a couple of hours. It kept on
locking up in the freeing process requiring Ctl-Alt-Del to close it. Also made my Firefox &
Thunderbird windows go funny with both open. I've gone back to RAMpage which has been hassle
free for years. BTW, I am running only 128MB RAM on a 400MHz.
Thanks for that. I too am running Win98SE with Firefox and Thunderbird
so I think I will give it the bum's rush.

Though I might reconsider if there were a flood of replies recommending
FreeRam ;-))

Ed
 
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derek / nul

Programs like this do not 'free' ram, they just roll it out to the swap/page
file.
At some time it has to be rolled back in.

Derek
 

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