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tigersvain

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Is there a program or anything , that frees up alot of ur physical memory, for example incase you wanted to play a game and be able to use as much as ur memory as possible, something around that lines, i'm runnin on the border or what i have to be to play a game, with no money to upgrade, so i was wonderin if possibly there was something to help me clear up some memory before playin , thnx, any help at all is appreciated :tazz:
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Try "RAM Idle"
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k, i'll try that out
thnx man
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you can close processes before you start the game, you don't need to have explorer running while you play the game. And you can start it after you have finished playing your game, some processes need to be running. So don't try end any of the SYSTEM processes, only ones listed under your username.

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Try Tune up utilities and use the MemOptimizer. It's a little program that sits in your system tray and filters out unnessecary used memory and frees it up.

Emery.

Edited by S A A B, 07 July 2005 - 12:58 AM.

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