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 RAMPro 1.0

RAMPro will empty out any free working space which was left behind from a process. Basically each program requires RAM to run, it takes some space and works with it. Sometimes a process doesn´t need that space any more but doesn´t empty it again. RAMPro will automatically empty out the freed space for you.
By default it will empty out all process every two seconds (this can´t be changed), but by clicking "Select process" you are able to select a process and empty out that one alone.

Minimizing RAMPro will send it to the tray, just click the icon once and it will return.

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File Name RAMPro 1.0 added by marko
Submitted Jun 13 2009, 09:15 PM
Last Updated Jun 13 2009, 09:15 PM
File Type  (zip - application/zip)
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File Size 409.66K (Estimated Download Times)
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Downloads 6
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