SuperRam makes your computer run faster by taking control and managing the memory on your computer efficiently. If you notice your computer is running slow, this typically is due to the memory (RAM) running out of usable space. When memory space gets lower, Windows then starts opening programs into the Windows page file; this page file is the computer hard drive which is much slower than RAM. SuperRam switches this behavior and puts old programs into the Windows page file and any newly opened programs are put into actual RAM. This change in how Windows operates allows programs and games to run faster.
SuperRam constantly runs in the background on your computer and determines when the memory on your computer is getting to a low threshold; once it reaches this threshold it immediately frees memory back to the computer and makes programs run faster since they have access to physical memory. SuperRam's settings allow you to freely adjust and change this low memory threshold and give you the ability to determine how much memory to free back to Windows. SuperRam gives you full control over how memory works on your computer and allows you to fine tune how your computer operates.
SuperRam was designed to boost computer performance by adjusting memory usage, either automatically or manually.
The application features a professional yet easy to use interface that not only provides an important amount of information regarding computer performance, but it also enables you to take advantage of SuperRam's features quickly.
Basically, the program offers three different tasks, as follows: set up the application and the way it monitors / optimizes memory, perform a speed test or access the statistics.
Setting up SuperRam is easy as pie because the application displays two different sliders to adjust memory to maintain and memory to free.
As for the speed test, SuperRam tries to determine the small and large memory block access speed, it tests alternating small / large memory block access speed, as well as stepped memory block access speed and, in the end, calculates the final score.
Last but not least, SuperRam shows memory statistics and history, with detailed figures on total and available physical memory and page file memory.
As said, the application also makes it possible to adjust memory usage manually, so it's enough to right click the program icon in the System Tray and hit the “Free memory now” option.
SuperRam doesn't slow down the computer when running in the background, and it has a truly positive effect on the performance of your system whenever it takes care of the memory.
All things considered, it's no doubt SuperRam is a handy tool that quietly sits in the System Tray while optimizing system memory.
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