Rubber Ducky

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    "Very cute way to see what your computer is up to"

    October 30, 2008  |   By DanaNicole76


    different animations tell you what is running and how many resources it's using. I uses waves, Different colors of the water, numbers of fish and water height to let you know each individual resource is being used.


    I heard from an IT Tech it is a useless program which uses up your memory needlessly. I personally don't see any difference but I am working with 2GB of Ram for memory.


    Try it out, it's worth it if you want to get an idea of why your computer is running slow at times. It leaves very little behind upon uninstalling.

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