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    does it really work?? thanks

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    ram freeing proggys only just close out all un-nessercy apps

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    It does work and why dont you try it out yourself before posting here?

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    wot do u peeps fink the best ram program is?

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    Originally posted by Mik3ll@3 January 2004 - 01:04
    It does work and why dont you try it out yourself before posting here?
    i have it i just cant tell if theres a difference or not.

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    so is it worth having it or not?

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    "Free ram" programs are not needed.

    Why is there so little Free RAM?
    Windows will always try to find some use for all of RAM — even a trivial one. If nothing else it will retain code of programs in RAM after they exit, in case they are needed again. Anything left over will be used to cache further files — just in case they are needed. But these uses will be dropped instantly should some other use come along. Thus there should rarely be any significant amount of RAM ‘free’. That term is a misnomer — it ought to be ‘RAM for which Windows can currently find no possible use’. The adage is: ‘Free RAM is wasted RAM’. Programs that purport to ‘manage’ or ‘free up’ RAM are pandering to a delusion that only such ‘Free’ RAM is available for fresh uses. That is not true, and these programs often result in reduced performance and may result in run-away growth of the page file.
    http://aumha.org/win5/a/xpvm.htm

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    Originally posted by 3223@2 January 2004 - 18:59
    does it really work?? thanks
    it sucks, just like all other so-called free up ram proggies.

    I have 3 gigs of ram.................I dont need something like that to tell me that it just freed up some ram when all its really doing is residing in memory itself.

    Get more ram if you dont like the performance of your pc.

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    I have 512 MB RAM, and its fine for me, I always have about 300 free unless playing games. I said it works because when I force it to free RAM, it always does. But I have it because it shows my CPU usage, uptime, virtual memory, load (whatever the heck that is), and free ram.

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    well i got rid of it

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