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Giveaway of the day — Memory Washer

Memory Washer, a smart memory and process manager tool, increases your amount of available memory by up to 95%.
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Memory Washer was available as a giveaway on March 2, 2010!

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Memory Washer is a smart memory and process manager tool that increases your amount of available memory by up to 95% thus preventing Windows crashes by freeing up unused memory, enabling your computer to run faster and more dependably.

In addition Memory Washer Processes Manager helps pinpoint those unstable programs that dramatically waste memory and abusively overuse your computer processor and give yourself the option of either terminating them or changing their priorities.

To ensure permanent system stability and free memory, Memory Washer offers an automatic memory-wash option, preconfigured for your needs; you can set Memory Washer to automatically wash your memory whenever it reaches a specific amount, or at specific given intervals.

System Requirements:

Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7 (x32)

Publisher:

Giant Matrix

Homepage:

http://www.giantmatrix.com/products/memory-washer/

File Size:

2.79 MB

Price:

$14.95

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#53

@44; Rizone is freeware, as are all the products on their site.

Reply   |   Comment by dem  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#52

@ PeneloP hit cltr + alt + delete to get task mgr showing and click on
processes tab and see which programs are using alot of memory or cpu.
click on preformance to see how much memory is in use and available also virtual/kernel memory is shown. you can increase the kernel/paged memory.
but if you have available memory and processes are not using much memory , then you need to clean up your hardrive.
I have similar system to you and firefox only uses 70 mb of memory.
I use a internet eraser program to delete temp files,logs and browser cache, and keep cookies deleted.
abrowser will just fill up its cache unless you delete it.
then defrag or anything to clean up useless junk that windows by default tends to collect.

@ tx_buckeye_nut same thing to you, except if you have to you can increase your virtual memory
right click on my comp, then select advanced tab, then under preformance, click settings, then advanced, then under virtual memory, click change, then study that window write down what the settings are, and then click custom and click on C: and type in something close to maximum reccomended .
mine is system managed now 1906 mb, but before I had only 500 gb physical so I increased the virtual to around 3000mb and it helped.
but first do what you can to clean up and get rid of junk files.

about the program i say buy more memory or learn how to clean up drive. I use task mgr to monitor cpu and memory all the time, if cpu goes way up to 100% I look to see why ,and it usually is a problem I wouldnt notice if I wasnt monitoring cpu usuage.
and since I bought more memory I dont have any memory problems.

Reply   |   Comment by john connor  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#51

Rick: you are correct, except you forgot to mention the differences between 32-bit and 64-bit. It's true that the 64-bit versions of the various operating systems can handle more RAM. For example, Win XP 32-bit can only address 4 gigs, whereas the 64-bit version can address up to 128GB of RAM. Similar story for Vista: 32-bit of all versions (except for Starter which is 1 gig) can address up to 4GB. Whereas, the 64-bit versions of Vista go like this: Home Basic: 8GB, Home Premium: 16GB and the 64-bit versions of Vista Business, Enterprise and Ultimate can address up to 128GB.

Also, riverrat85 gave a wrong number for Win 7 Starter 32 and 64-bit are 2 gigs, not 8. The rest are correct.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa366778%28VS.85%29.aspx

Reply   |   Comment by shegeek72  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#50

Nope. no reason to use this, there are better free ones that do just as badly, and a few that at least don't make things worse.

@tx_buckeye_nut- start> control panel> system> advanced tab, performance settings button> advanced tab> virtual memory 'change' button, make the current paging file larger or pick a drive/partition that has free space and make a paging file on it.

If there isn't space to do either, clear space or get an additional or a bigger hard drive.

I usually pick 2 near-empty partitions that are *not* my boot drive and make a paging file on both- the system will be able to use both, but it makes each virtual memory file smaller and more responsive.

(just my opinion, YMMV)

Reply   |   Comment by goodgotd  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#49

Interesting that ALL of the user comments have received negative scores (including, if not especially, Ashraf). It's also interesting that the rating scores are unusually high for the type of software that has traditionally been considered either unnecessary or less than useful. My gut reaction is that there's something "fishy" about Memory Washer and my recommendation is to avoid it.

Reply   |   Comment by MAJ  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#48

Every time I tell it to clean the RAM it says: "ERROR: OUT OF MEMORY"

Ironic hmm?

Reply   |   Comment by bshardy  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#47

I agree with several other posters, Windows handles the memory far better than any of the 3rd party apps.

Some show an indicator of ram regained - not really the case. Also as another stated, these memory "cleaners" despite the documentation, utilize the swap file on the hard drive - very, very, very slow compared to ram.

Reply   |   Comment by PhotoPro  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#46

The link posted by #23, Boyd, is a very good article covering popular "performance tweak" advice (thanks Boyd!).

Here is another article related to Windows memory boosting:

http://www.bitsum.com/winmemboost.htm

It may help shed light on the techniques used by various memory performance enhancers.


#27, PeneloP, "My system needs help":

If you haven't done any system maintenance for a while, it sounds like you need to perform a scan for malware/spyware, followed by something to clean the clutter out of your system's temporary file folders (and Registry), then maybe a defragmentation of your hard disk drive. There's some other issues to consider mentioned there as well.

You probably aren't the only one with that problem, but since my comments about your system's performance issues are somewhat "off topic" (since they don't discuss today's offer), please see my comments on the General Discuss pages of the GAOTD forums (as "My system needs help. I was hoping Memory Washer would give it" -- original title, eh?) on things you can try:

http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/forums/topic/7115


Hope this helps you or someone else!

Reply   |   Comment by harpo2448  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#45

Those of you who are suggesting that these types of programs only "shunt working memory to the page file" are wrong -- THAT is what Windows does when RAM gets close to being full... that's what the page file is for.

The RAM cleaners (actually, I've been using FreshRAM on my Win2K with 512MB ram and it saves the day often) do is to be sure that RAM space that is allocated is actually allocated to running processes...

Sloppy coding and other factors often let processes/programs close while leaving their RAM still allocated... after a while, you 'run out of ram' and everything starts paging to the hard drive.

Because of all the bugs mentioned in the comments here I am not going to install this giveaway, but FreshRAM was given away a while ago and I'm very happy with that - especially on my brain-starved 512MB PC.

Reply   |   Comment by JimC  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#44

I really hate when people say that other programs are better and free like #15 and his http://www.rizonetech.com/, nice it does a free scan and then wants payment to correct the issues.
I am going to download GAOTD instead, thanks for everyone's comments
I guess the only way to decide with so many is to try it. I am at best intermediate PC capable, so I don't have a clue when it comes to all the geek talk..

Reply   |   Comment by Tuksstuff  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#43

Look here for the 2nd best review (behind "the Great one"):

http://download.cnet.com/Memory-Washer/3000-2086_4-10386924.html

Reply   |   Comment by Tannhaeuser  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#42

Does not work at all for me. Constant "Integer Overflow" when the program starts up on two Vista Machines.
Freeware products mentioned above work well, if you need one at all.

Reply   |   Comment by bpruett  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#41

Unlike stated, it seems like to NOT work with WindowsME!

Reply   |   Comment by Mike  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#40

Rizon is recommended above (Nos. 14, 15, 26). It may work like the very well-regarded CleanMem. CleanMem and Rizon, as far as I can tell, use the same API to do their cleaning. That is by contrast with the non-API method used by most or all other cleaners. So Rizon and CleanMem might well have the same performance.

Reply   |   Comment by redmaledeer  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#39

#20 Hemingway - I'm talking about RAM in general, for a pc used by an individual for normal, or gaming purposes. The average computer user, not people with music studios and graphics designer computers.

I know there are programs that use more, but normally that type of programs the average people are not used to.
Say for instance, a gamer. Normal graphic cards range from $50 to $600. Now if you are a heavy gamer, you probably will have one around $200 - $600. BUT there are graphics cards that can cost up to $4000. One would never buy or use it, because it is unnecessary and most software don’t need that big graphics card. But there are software that uses that types of graphics cards, but are only used by for example graphics designers. Not by individuals.

The same apply for the RAM. Only servers and a very few programs will use more than 4GB or say 8GB. 8GB is getting to much and won’t be used by most of the programs running on XP or Win7. Yes, as you said, there are programs that use more than 8GB (Of coarse you will use more that 8Gb if you have a music studio, running a multiple music applications), but the normal programs used by the average person or gamer won’t use above 8GB.

If you don’t believe me, go to any gaming forum and ask any computer specialist if you would need more that 4GB for normal circumstances. Not running multiple music apps and do graphical designing, just a gaming/home pc for running the normal applications.

I am a computer reseller, and any other reseller would tell you that it is a WASTE of money to buy more than 4Gb RAM. I know there will be software in the future requiring more than 8Gb, to be exact, ALL the programs in the future will use more than 8Gb. But I was talking about NOW.

Thanx
The Punisher

Reply   |   Comment by The Punisher  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#38

I do not know which algorithm this program uses but it works when it comes to freeing RAM. An easy way to check is to fire up the Task Manager and see the amount of memory being used before and after running Memory Washer.
It also has the settings for running automatically by setting the time and / or when the memory reaches a threshold.
It detected the amount of RAM in my system and it never used more than 27% of CPU when running, which took less than 20 seconds every time.

Reply   |   Comment by jojesa  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#37

OMG people where have you all been hiding your heads. 4 gigs of ram max. LOL... Military runs far more then that and has been for quit some time . Your common everyday PC will only use 4gigs in standard operating condition, does not mean it is limited to that. And I dare say some of you actually think you are geeks or pc wizards. If your PC is dragging down with a few windows open it is not your ram.Clean out the junk and defrag until your pc tells you it does not need done. Stay off Porn sites and shareware sites. Meaning no free downloads of movies and music. Use what's inside your melon and keep an eye on what is happening around you. Software, Computers, programing all change daily (hourly) you can only access what's available to your PC and only limited by your personal knowledge or encapability to except that fact thereof. Program fits no need in my PC. But thanks GOATD

Reply   |   Comment by rick  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-12)
#36

i deinstalled the program after 5 mins:
Everytime i clear some memory, it is used again in less than a second. But it's actually worse: after cleaning, i have less memory available

and by the way: i really think there are few people that need programs to clean up their RAM. If you don't have enough, it won't get more. If you have enough RAM, why use these programs?

Reply   |   Comment by longbow  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#35

Still prefer Cacheman7 for a cache/memory manager. Configurable, lots of options, various auto settings, minimal resources used. Have used Cacheman since version 5 to its current version.

http://cacheman.outertech.com/index.php?_charisma_page=product&id=2

Cacheman is a Windows software designed to speed up your computer by optimizing several caches, managing RAM and fine tuning a number of system settings. Auto-Optimization makes it suitable for novice and intermediate users yet it is also powerful and versatile enough for computer experts. Backups of settings ensure that all user modifications can be reversed with a single click.

Cacheman runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7 x86|x64.


If only the manufacturer knew about GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Xelkos  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#34

memory question... I'm running XP sp2... 1g ram
My Ram stays generally free (600-700 available) but get constant virtual memory low alerts, often when only 1 tab is open on basic sites like Yahoo mail or Face Book wall. I'm not a techie so this is probably a simple fix that I'm just not awate of. Any suggestions? Thanks

Reply   |   Comment by tx_buckeye_nut  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#33

#27 PeneloP: Your system issues are most likely either a bad default print driver, or a Malware issue. If possible, remove your print driver and re-install. http://malwarebytes.org/ is a safe, (a free version available) and one of the highest rated malware checks. Type in your symptoms in a browser search engine and you'll find forums with people experiencing the same.

Reply   |   Comment by danpeay  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#32

Memory Washer and all other so-called memory cleaning programs are not usefull indeed because
- no program can give a computer more RAM than it has in reality, and no more what your OS can provide
- no memory process can increase the amount of available memory by up to 95% but may be just manage it
- they are not freeing up memory in fact but just swapping a kind of memory for another one (see comment #5)
- they can not prevent or avoid Windows crashes if your computer needs to dot it to protect your system
- they are not enabling your computer to run faster with all your working programs but just stopping some
- they are taking off or calling up lots of computer resources while they do their job or while they are active
- they can eventually harm or reduce the overall performance of your computer and provoke crashes
- any Windows system give you the option to close programs when unstable or to change their priorities
- your operating system (i.e. XP, Vista and Windows 7) can manage memory better than all these tools.

On the other side, can you trust a company that is hidding their registered office and nationality and that does not give even a postal address? See http://www.giantmatrix.com/company/ to check it out.

Reply   |   Comment by Gerard  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#31

If you need more memory then by more RAM.
Cheap and is a much better solution.

Reply   |   Comment by joe  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#30

#20 The Punisher You are not correct with your assumption that you only need 4GB of RAM for XP and WIN7...

Firstly, XP can only address 3GB of RAM with the top 1 GB reserved for the operating system. Hence you still will only have 2GB for running software.


Second, WIN7 can access up to 32GB RAM but only true WIN7 applications can make use of RAM above 4GB. However, software is being upgraded as we breathe, so most software will be >4GB compliant very soon. One needs to use the RAM >4GB for running multiple applications in a given environment. As an example, in a home music studio using MIDI I would need to run the DAW (Digital Audio Workstation>, perhaps several samplers, processors and many GBs of sample libraries all at once. Some sample libraries are over 60GB, and usable content at any one time could easily be 2GB just from one library. For that reason, one would need 8GB of RAM or more and as fast a CPU/HD/RAM as one can afford.

Graphics applications too will need more than 4GB to work smoothly and concurrently.

However, with regard to today's GAOTD offering, there is no substitute for real RAM. Trusting that any application can guess the correct priorities of your applications is ludicrous at best. Applications are written with the operating system's RAM optimization in mind. Anything else in the middle will only degrade performance.

As to memory leaks, they are the responsibility of the software developer. Complain to him. If he can't or won't fix it, move to a better behaved application.

Reply   |   Comment by Hemingway  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#29

Windows 7 memory limits

* Win 32: 4GB
Win 64:
* Starter: 8GB
* Home Basic: 8GB
* Home Premium: 16GB
* Professional: 192GB
* Enterprise: 192GB
* Ultimate: 192GB

Reply   |   Comment by riverrat85  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#28

Answered my own question - This program is prettier, but doesn't seem to do any more than either the Iobits or WinUtilities. Also, it seems to use more resources while doing it. I can use the other two from the task bar and see the difference before/after (may be inaccurate, but shows something's happening) and this one requires that I open it to use it. I may have missed something here, but the other two seem to do the same thing with less effort and similar results.

Reply   |   Comment by Keith H.  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#27

My system needs help. I was hoping Memory Washer would give it. I've downloaded it, but after reading the back-and-forth between guys saying "Use it!" /"Don't use it!"…well, I don't know if I should install or not. I'm running Windows XpHome on a system with a 1.87 gigabyte Intel Duo Core processor and two 320 gig hard drives (640 gigs usable hard drive capacity, 317 gigs free space) It has 2048 megabytes of memory installed. When the only programs running are Firefox and background processes, used memory (RAM) is 1300MB or 63%, available memory is 751 MB, or 37%, total virtual memory is 3939MB, used virtual memory is 1380MB (35% and available memory is 2259 (65%) I've been told this is plenty, yet the computer is almost unusable because every time I take an action, like opening a Word doc, the system stalls for at least 2 minutes before the doc opens. When I'm using a graphics editor, the wait time between actions is even longer. I read the description of Memory Washer and thought, "Maybe that's the answer." But the disagreement over tech terms has me totally confused. How about explaining, for non-tech people?

Reply   |   Comment by PeneloP  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#26

Thanks for the rizonetech link, it does work well.

Reply   |   Comment by Buzz  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#25

Many negative comments here but many stars. What gives?

Reply   |   Comment by John Davidson  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#24

@#5 and #19: I agree with both of you in general, but #12 (Charles) makes a very valid point. Sometimes, Windows programs can and do 'leak' memory which is typically unrecoverable until you reboot.

Most programs in the 'RAM cleaner/defragmenter/recovery' category don't actually address that problem: their usual modus operandi is to shunt running programs to and from physical RAM and swap space on disk. If you're having memory 'leak' problems, all these programs will usually do for you is swap the 'leaked' memory to and from disk! I don't know whether today's GOTD uses that method or not, but it does specifically claim to be able to recover 'leaked' memory.

I just checked out the Rizone freeware program (Memory Booster) cited in #14 and #15 above, which works very differently. As its developer states, 'all' it does is to periodically perform a Windows API call (Clear Processes Working Set, for all you fellow geeks ;)) which forces all running apps. to 'return' any memory they aren't currently using. (Again, it's impossible to tell whether or not today's GOTD is using the same call to perform its scheduled 'memory washing.') True, that API call won't necessarily reclaim any memory which Windows has, uh… 'mislaid,' but it still seems to me like a better and safer way of 'tidying up' RAM, should you want or need to do that.

I'm not in that category anyway, so I'll pass on today's GOTD (but thanks anyway, as always!), though I would be very interesting to hear a slightly more technical description from Giant Matrix—in broad terms—of the techniques that Memory Washer uses to go about its task.

Finally, I would add that there are lots of freeware process manager/killers out there, many of which provide better information about what the running processes are than (on the basis of their own screenshots) the rather bare list of program/file names which Memory Washer provides in their list of 'running processes.'

Reply   |   Comment by Scottish Geek  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#23

Memory managers are literally snake oil. Memory runs so fast and is cleaned automatically by windows, there is no need for them, and in fact adding MORE processing to memory slows it down, not improves it. This is a good link to some other common windows performance myths, take a look:

http://lifehacker.com/5033518/debunking-common-windows-performance-tweaking-myths

Reply   |   Comment by Boyd  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#22

I've used the Iobits Advanced SystemCare and WinUtilities (both from GOATD) and they seem to work well enough. Is this better, and why? I use XP with 2 gig on a Dell Vostro 400. How would you compare such programs?

Reply   |   Comment by KMHamm  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
#21

First program I've downloaded form GOTD that actually failed. Upon execution it immediately errored out and started running multiple instances of itself. After replicating itself a hundred or so times I was able to corral it and stop the processes in Task Manager. Needless to say, afterward my memory was so hosed I had to reboot...

El programmo deleto!

Reply   |   Comment by Matt  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#20

#12 Phil K, you clearly don't have a idea of what you are talking about!!!!

Even if you have a 64bit OS that can take up to 32GB, you would NEVER use that much, not even if you are a gamer! 4GB is the max you will be using on xp or win7. more than 4GB is a waste of money and stupidity!!! Just spend that extra money on better RAM with a better DDR and mhz!

So, Phil K, before you take out guys and say they don't know what their talking about, make sure YOU know what you're talking about!!! (by the way, don't use the Name of Jesus)

Reply   |   Comment by The Punisher  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#19

I agree totally with Azi (#5). This program, like all other RAM cleaner, actually slows down your computer, and makes Windows more unstable. The legend that pushing the code of your running program in the extremely slow pagefile can improve the PC performance is a known hoax. There are tons of similar program on the net, probably because they are extremely easy to write and to sell, but the only good system to speed your PC up is to buy some real RAM. Given the current price of the RAM, this kind of program is a rip-off.

Reply   |   Comment by r0lZ  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#18

Didn't work for me on Win 7 Ultimate 32. Runs for a bit then gives the error "out of memory" and leaves me with LESS memory than before i ran it.

Free alternatives Minimem & Iobits Smart Ram. Both work much better than this POS

Reply   |   Comment by blue  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#17

Samasugi - clearly you haven't heard of 64 bit.
Please don't label people idiots when you're unaware of simple facts yourself.

Reply   |   Comment by Phil K  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#16

XP Pro SP3 32 bit. 1Gb RAM. Washes memory OK. No minimise button ‘though clicking where it should be sometimes minimises its window. When set to start minimised does not always do so. According to Memory Washer I have zero processes running but it lists start up programs correctly. Anyone else experiencing these problems?

Reply   |   Comment by roj  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#15

Try this, http://www.rizonetech.com/ Free and actually works.

Reply   |   Comment by dem  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#14

Try Rizon's , low resource usage, and it actually works.

Reply   |   Comment by dem  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#13

The prog installed ok on my notebook running Vista home premium but doesn't even get to start loding when i get a message saying that the prog has stopped working so I can't get to input the reg details. Has anyone else had this trouble? if so did you find a way to get over this problem.
Also when the browser loads the webpage to input my name and email details the browser page went all screwy and would not accept the code that I had to input, so it continuously kept reloading with a smtp error message. I am now getting rather tired of the whole affair and am giving up on this giveaway. hope tommorow gives us a better prog.

Reply   |   Comment by Tech  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)
#12

I have used several similar programs with considerable success, with a lot of windows/ tabs open, and browsers that 'memory leak' ie gradually use more and more memory without me doing anything!

The set virtual memory setting in Windows is for the times when Windows ISN'T better at sorting it itself!!!!

For Azi, nonsense to say that some programs are no better or worse than Windows in freeing RAM! Windows memory management is often appalling when running several memory intensive processes, and Windows doesn't even look at 'memory leakage' programs. Please leave technical comments to people with some technical knowledge!!!!

Reply   |   Comment by Charles  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-12)
#11

Samasugi...ever heard of x64 bit ?
Clearly not....Jesus wept....

Reply   |   Comment by Phil K  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-19)
#10

Any 64bit OS including will ba able to use 16GB ram and much more.

My question is how this program compares to very stable FreeramXPPro from download.com

thanx

Reply   |   Comment by usersp  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
#9

Works good on Vista -

However, be careful when washing -
- it may 'konk-out' some processes that are needed

Reply   |   Comment by Ted  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#8

Sounds a handy bit of software, however, how compatible is it with other ram optimizers, for example "Fresh RAM" ? Which I totally recommend by the way, it 'cleans up' and free's memory smoothly in the background without any disturbance, I have used Fresh RAM for a while now without any problems. If any advise please let us know.
Thanks again .
Aidee

Reply   |   Comment by Aidee  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-9)
#7

cleanmem is great, and free. This program seems to work fine, but 95% is a bit of an over statement I think! Quite a few bugs. I agree with comment 7!

Reply   |   Comment by joey  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-9)
#6

Does this program work on Windows 7 x64

Reply   |   Comment by Brayden  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-13)
#5

Advice : Don't use it :) .

Programs in this category do harm to performance, by pushing an important Code from the (fast) main memory to the (slow) virtual memory (swap / pagefile)..

The operating system can manage memory better and more efficient than all programs.

Thanks
Azi

Reply   |   Comment by Azi  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#4

I thought that this might help others in activating this software.

The page to use is not in the "mainwindow" as noted in the readme file. It is in HELP then REGISTER.

Registered OK in Win7

JA

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