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Mem Reduct: Memory Monitor and Cleaner for Windows

Mem Reduct is a small tool that allows you to monitor memory usage (physical memory and virtual memory usage) of your computer and if the usage crosses the limit (above 90%), this tool will let you automatically optimize the memory and ensures smooth operation of your system.

The application has some importance, especially when you’re running memory intensive applications simultaneously. For example, as it displays memory usage in system tray in real time, you can always monitor your system’s memory usage and if your PC's memory usage is too high, you can shut down less important program for smooth operation of other program.

Mem Reduct is quite simple to use. After installation, it’ll sit in the system tray and displays real-time memory usage. Just run the program (right click its tray icon and select Show option) and click ‘Memory Reduction’ option whenever you need to clean your system’s memory.

 Form its setting menu you can configure your system’s memory cleaning area, memory clean on high memory usage, start with Windows, etc.

The latest version of Mem Reduct (v.2.0) for Windows XP, Vista and 7 can be downloaded from developer’s website here.


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