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Free memory cleaning tool

SweepRAM is a very tiny (just 6Kb) memory cleaning software, which is useful for releasing some unused memory from all running processes like antivirus program, browsers, or any other running process.

Unlike other memory cleaning software, SweepRAM will not clean or free RAM all the time, instead it releases unused memory form all running processes before your works starts. This is the most reliable (recommended) method, because, if you release memory while working on something, chances are there to slow down your work. However, you can clean RAM again after your works ends.

SweepRam doesn’t require any installation and has no UI (except ‘done’ pop up window). Just run and close the program before your work starts, that’s all.


  1. It seemd really interesting.
    I'll give a try, many thanks


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