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Boost system performance by reducing memory usage of running applications

Whatever will be the system configuration, there might be a slow down in system performance when we running memory intensive applications simultaneously. Latest software like browsers, image editors, office applications, burning software and etc are requires more memory for running.

In order to solve this issue here is a freeware tool Minimem, which will reduce the memory usage of any application very effectively. The tool is useful, especially if the computer is entry level with latest applications.

Minimem was initially developed for Firefox, but now it lets you reduce the memory footprint of any Windows application.

It optimizes memory by removing as many non-necessary memory pages as possible from the selected processes.

After installation, just select the memory intensive active processes from the right side of the program window and add them to the left side, click Apply and these processes will now be optimized every 30 seconds by default. [Via]

The program supports Window 2000/ XP and Vista. More information and download.


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