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Run Games Smoothly By Optimizing Your PC With Game Fire

As you all know, almost all modern games required heavy system resources. If your system doesn’t meet the requirements, some games will freeze often while playing. To manage this situation, you can try a free utility called Game Fire, which will temporary turn off unneeded Windows features that you do not need for normal PC use.

These include Windows services, running background processes and scheduled tasks. Besides turning off unneeded functions, Game Fire can boost your gaming experience by defragging your games files and free up system memory.

The application is very simple to use. All actions made by Game Fire is temporary, you can restore the previous state by simply clicking the Turning off Gaming Mode button.

Game Fire works on Windows XP, Vista and 7 including 64-bit editions (Required .NET Framework 3.5 SP1) and you can download it at source.

Note: While installing doesn’t forget to uncheck their toolbar installation option.
Similar Utility: IObit Game Booster


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