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Hi there people
ive been looking for a long time now to find a free ram cleaner or memory cleaner ive downloaded free cleaners but that as far as it goes there not free to use,my system is running low,any expert advise with out upgrading this side of christmas.
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Hi and welcome to geeks to go.

We do not recommend registry cleaners, and I do not believe there is such a thing as a memory cleaner. At least I have not heard nor seen any.
The post HERE tells you why we do not recommend.

Anyways, what type of problems are you having?
How much ram (memory) do you have installed?
What size is the hard drive, and how much is free?
What is the manufacturer and model of the computer?
Laptop or desktop?
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Memory cleaners are useless programs because what they do is purge stuff out of the memory that (apparently) isn't needed, including large chunks of Windows itself.
If the computer's low on memory, using a memory cleaner on it is kind of like trying to clean the coffee table with a dirty duster.
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