Date Added:Jun. 22, 2005
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Good for Ram below 1GB
With 1GB of RAM or above it shows an infinite loop error message, so doesn't work if you have 1GB or more of RAM
I work on Windows XP SP2 O.S. I installed the program, and I ran it. A pop-up message appeared over and over again all over my screen: "Floating point division by 0 !". I closed it with Task Manager (cleanram.exe process).
Interative divide by zero error for this version and 120 version downloaded from product site. hp pavilion, 98SE, 2.5GHz Celeron, 1GIG SDRAM.
I downloaded this program in the hopes of squeezing just a bit more speed out of my system. My OS is Windows XP Home with service pack 2.
After installing Clean Ram 1.10, I immediately received errors on my desktop! They were critical stop errors saying something to the effect of: "floating decimal divided by zero". These errors were continuously popping up and, the only way to stop them was to uninstall Clean Ram and do a reboot.
This little program does what it's supposed to.It cleans up your Ram, but doesn't need much space on your harddisk.
Also it's very easy to use. Just a click on a button cleans up your memory. It actually has a better interface than RamBooster's and it's more stable.
It doesn't have a systemtray next to your computer-clock. You can't configure anything, except the amount of ram to clean up and "autorun at startup". It's very, maybe too similar to RamBooster.
Reply by taobwohs on June 13, 2006
the pro won't work with ram at 1 gig or higher you will just get the error
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|Publisher web site||http://www.nomorehistory.com|
|Release Date||June 22, 2005|
|Date Added||June 22, 2005|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||3|