FreeRAM XP Pro

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  • 5.0 stars

    "Great Reliable NO MalWare - BUT YOU HAVE TO KNOW HOW TO USE IT"

    December 15, 2007  |   By johnnyincentx


    This is a simple to use program, that does wonders for programs like FIREFOX that like to hogg memory, or for music production programs that incompletely unload memory its allocated to itself to do something.

    IT IS IMPORTANT TO READ THE OPTIONS/SETUP and figure what works best for you, like auto or manual Etc. Until you have this set up to work optimally for you.

    Anyone who expects any software to work perfectly without making simple obvious tweaks to customize it to your system, like some people who gave this a so so review is an idiot and should be ignored



    I don't have any negative things to say about it.

    Only a truly rude and obnoxious extremely expectant fool would have the nerve to complain about non-function features (like it's not a pretty GUI) when it's free.



    Updated on Dec 17, 2008

    after using it for a long time now I just want to say it definitely deserves a 5 STAR RATING. It just always works.

    Anyone having problems with this program is clearly not using it right.

    If it slows your system down, HELLO that means you do not have enough RAM!

    Free Ram XP Pro is not going to increase actual memory. You have what you're hardware gives you.

    This program is a handy way to reclaim memory kept in reserve when not in use by memory hogging SOFTWARE, like older versions of Firefox or IExplore.

    Often this happens when you leave the programs open in the background, whilst you work on something else.

    To ensure your computer uses all available ram for the program you're using, rather than keeping it in reserve for a minimized window of a program you left open you use Free Ram XP Pro.

    GREAT FOR MUSIC PRODUCTION APPS. Where massive amounts of ram are kept on Ram ready to use, even when letting them slide back to the HD is better.

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