FreeRam XP Pro

  ste76 22:49 28 Mar 2008

What j'think of it?

  woodchip 22:51 28 Mar 2008
  ste76 22:57 28 Mar 2008

sounds the biz, dunnit? so what j'think?

  woodchip 23:00 28 Mar 2008

Don't bother with much like that, Used to when I first started with computer's back in 1995. Memory is that cheap now as is a power Computer, it's not worth overclocking and messing. I prefer a Stable Computer

  LABMAN 23:30 28 Mar 2008

It's great if your running a PC with less than 2GB of ram, I used it for years and installed it on every PC and laptop I could, even those at work, however once you go over the 2GB mark it becomes redundant as it only recognises up to 2GB and shows your memory at 100% all the time.

  cocteau48 08:05 29 Mar 2008

There are a number of similar programs available ,some free,some paid for,but whenever I have read comments about them on forums etc. the same theory is put forward time and time again - and that is that they are only relevant if you are running a pre-XP OS. Anything XP and later - Windows carries out the same function automatically.
If anyone wishes to confirm this .... please do.

  sunny staines 13:50 29 Mar 2008

the only decent free ram manager is the one in advanced windows care by iobit its found in the tool section. run smart clean not the deep clean.

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