RAM stands for Random-Access Memory and it refers to the way data is stored on a device: it can have a random order, as opposed to hard-disks, CDs or DVDs, which require data to be organized in a predetermined order. RAM is used to run programs on a computer and the information it stores gets cleared when the PC is restarted or shut down.
Consequently, it comes in handy to have a sufficient amount of RAM available on the computer when running complex software - if these fail to start or they record delays in functioning, it might be the time to free up some memory using a specialized tool, such as Fresh RAM.
It comes with a user-friendly interface that allows computer novices and experts alike to easily optimize the way RAM is deployed on their machine by selecting one of the several presets provided by the app. If users are willing to step away from their PC for a few minutes, they can perform the most thorough optimization type since it is the most efficient one, as time-consuming as it might be.
The main window of Fresh RAM also displays the current usage levels for the RAM and CPU (Central Processing Unit) as well, and users are advised to close some of their open programs if any of these levels get too high for too long.
Additionally, the application comes with a dedicated RAM analyzer that presents details about all the processes currently running on the computer, also making it possible for the users to easily terminate the process taking up the most memory, thus freeing it for another programs. Tech-savvy users can also explore further details, such as DLL and OCX info.
Overall, Fresh RAM is a valuable app to have around especially when users want to make sure their PC has enough RAM to run a certain game or a complex CAD tool. Considering it also comes with a specialized section featuring XP tweaks, even beginners might want to purchase a license once the evaluation period expires.
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