Release Date: January 21, 2002.
Ram Boost is a little useful utility which forces Windows to move unused memory data into the swap file. The main window shows all the information you might need when working with such a program, including the total and available physical RAM, total virtual RAM, total and available page file.
A dedicated option at the bottom of the window lets you configure auto optimizations, giving you the power to quickly free RAM if the total available amount drops below a defined limit.
Of course, users are also allowed to free up RAM manually, but otherwise there are no other settings to play with.
RAM Boost doesn't slow down the system and performs an optimization job in just a few seconds. A help manual is also available in case someone needs it, but chances are that you shouldn't access the built-in documentation at all.
Last but not least, RAM Boost can be minimized to Tray, showing an icon that lets you not only access its main features, but also perform an optimization on the go.
To sum up, RAM Boost is a basic software solution that serves its purpose with minimum effort, while also presenting some important details concerning your system.
You don't have to be an experienced computer user to take the most out of each feature, but nevertheless, a help section is there to lend you a hand at any given moment.
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