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Boost performance of Games and Apps with AppBooster

AppBooster is an application that helps you to boost performance of running games and applications that requires higher CPU power. The application suspends all unneeded background processes, applications and services and releases more RAM and CPU power for you.

The application is very simple to use. Run AppBooster and click on the ‘Edit’ menu under ‘My Profile’. There you can select what features, processes and applications should be disabled. You can also create different profiles with different settings.

After creating a profile, choose one and click on ‘Activate Booster’ to activate it. All actions made by AppBoostre is temporary, you can simply shuts down processes and restarts them after the Booster Mode has been deactivated.

AppBooster is available in free and pro versions. It can be downloaded (18Mb) at source.


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