Gain greater control over your system with this cache, tweak, and memory tool, but the demo prevents testing the simple one-click optimization favored by novice users. CachemanXP uses a combination of a tray icon pulldown and an easy-to-use multitabbed interface. The program's primary one-click functions are easily accessed from the main interface. Select commands can be quickly started from the tray interface. The help file/user manual is extensive, and written with the novice user in mind.
CachemanXP offers a dual approach. Many functions are single-click auto optimizers. Recovering RAM, optimizing your system, or invoking many useful tweaks just takes a click each. However, the Auto-Optimize function is disabled in the demo. For advanced users, the program offers straightforward methods to quickly and easily change many subsystem settings. The utility primarily operates on system caches; Windows File, browser, thumbnail, icon, and Domain Name Service caches can each be easily tweaked for optimal performance. A group of tweaks can be quickly implemented to improve system performance for power users.
CachemanXP makes it very easy to save all settings before making changes, and to easily restore previous settings if you aren't happy with the changes. A very simple report generator lists all running processes. With the program's auto-optimizing tool disabled, this demo is best tested by experienced users. We found the setting changes could easily improve user experience and system speed, but in the wrong hands they could as easily have the opposite result.