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[24 Feb 2009 | One Comment | ]

CleanMem is a tiny freeware memory optimizer. It doesn’t run in the background, you just have to run it whenever you want to clear some RAM.

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[14 Aug 2008 | 11 Comments | ]

Hello friends, welcome to the Freeware Mission. I have only a few freeware programs left to install and my computer will be working just fine with no commercial software in it. Today I’m going to choose a free text editor. I’m using Notepad too, everybody does, but there are some freeware programs that offer a lot more.

And I think that the best of them is… Notepad++. It’s a text editor but it can be a very useful tool for a programmer. It supports a large number of programming languages offering …

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[8 Aug 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

RAM day continues on the Freeware Mission. Earlier today I chose the best freeware memory testing programs, now it’s time to pick the best free memory optimizer. There are a lot of such freeware programs available but there is only one that I decided to use.

And that program is SweepRAM. I reviewed it a few months ago and I’m still using it now, because it’s good, it’s very good.
I chose it because of the unique approach that it has: it’s not a resident program, you just run it when you …

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[15 Apr 2008 | 8 Comments | ]

Programs need more and more memory, so you will end up with the system working with some difficulty or even not at all. There are a lot of memory optimizers out there, but this little free one is very useful: SweepRAM is a freeware application that will try to free some unused RAM in just a few seconds. Let’s see how it works.
The application doesn’t need to be installed, you have a little executable file that will do all the work. I’m testing the tool with the “zHotkey.exe” process; that’s …