Memory Defragmenter 1.1
Memory Defragmenter is a software to free up wasted RAM.
Memory Defragmenter is a software to free up wasted RAM. What is memory (RAM) fragmentation? Windows programs use RAM (Random Access Memory) for their operations, however sometimes they fail to release the RAM after use. This means that parts of your RAM is occupied holding useless data and your computer becomes slow. What is memory (RAM) defrag? The process of freeing the memory (RAM) is called memory (RAM) defrag. Why do I need to defragment my memory (RAM)? You need to defragment your memory (RAM) because fragmentation slows down your computer considerably, since to run your programs smoothly you need as much memory (RAM) as possible. Memory Defragmenter also prevents Windows crashes since Windows crashes mainly occur if there is no free memory (RAM). Which functionalities are included in Memory Defragmenter? When you launch Memory Defragmenter, an icon showing the amount of available memory (RAM) appears in your system tray next to the PC clock. This is useful when you want to know how much memory (RAM) each of your programs use. Anytime there is a problem with one of your programs or Windows generally, check how much memory (RAM) there are available. You can configure Memory Defragmenter to automatically run on Windows startup. You can configure Memory Defragmenter to automatically free memory when the amount of available RAM falls below a certain value. To open the configuration window of Memory Defragmenter right-click its icon in the system tray and select the appropriate option. Alternatively you can just click on Memory Defragmenter icon to maximize it. You can manually free memory (RAM) as desired. To do so you can conveniently just double-click Memory Defragmenter icon in the system tray. What are the minimum requirements to run Memory Defragmenter? Memory Defragmenter runs on all versions of Windows and doesn't have any significant system requirement.
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