The physical memory is among the most important things in a computer system. Keeping the system's physical memory allocated only for the tasks that are actually needed doesn't always happen because some computer programs sometimes come with bugs that prevent the software from releasing the RAM when it is no longer needed.
If you're like most of us, after a while your computer starts behaving like the uber drunk guy at your cousin's wedding. Movies stutter and skip, video games turn into slideshows, and web pages load like molasses. Why the drunken display? It's because all of the applications you have running eat away at available system memory, refusing to release all of it even when you quit them. By optimizing the ways in which your system and applications are utilizing memory, Fresh RAM can boost your computer's performance, helping you avoid the costly expense of hardware upgrades! Don't let Fresh RAM's friendly and intuitive interface fool you.
What's new in this version: Version 5.0 added compatibility to Windows 7, new splash screen, added Help File Documentation, improved AutoDetect optimization, fixed AutoDetect optimization halting bug.
By optimizing the ways in which your system and applications are utilizing memory, Fresh RAM can boost your computer’s performance, response time and stability helping you avoid the costly expense of hardware upgrades.
Underneath Fresh RAM's friendly and intuitive user interface lies an engine of complex memory analysis algorithms which allow you to balance speed and effectiveness. Stuttering movies, video games turning into slideshows and applications loading like molasses will be a thing of the past.
Powerful, long lasting and high quality memory optimizer from Reohix. It's possible to choose a several ways to optimize your system's memory from weak to maximum. Possibility to tweak your your memory to load faster and waste less.
One thing that is missing for even better optimization would be something like Memory Scrub, similar to Memturbo, it doesn't shows remaining-free ram in system tray (you must open program to see it).