Uniture Memory Booster

Henderson, Northcarolina (PressExposure) April 28, 2009 -- Uniture Memory Booster is a professional memory booster used for speeding up computer. For having powerful functions, Uniture Memory Booster can free up wasted RAM automatically and compresses system memory to make processes run faster with greater stability. It is feature-rich yet easy to use software. Clicking a wizard button can help users set parameters in turn. If it still bother you, just click recommended button to leave it as default. It is such a tool designed for both new users and advanced users.

With Uniture Memory Booster, users can do many things to speed up computer. Such as: # Free memory automatically to speed up computer # Free memory to improve system response time # Defrag unneeded parameters in the background # Monitor system and automatically optimize it when needed without interrupting your work # Display current using memory in real time # Display current page file usage in real time # Show space of occupied paging file # Adjust priority of CPU allocation automatically # Optimize NTFS performance # Specify desired memory parameters to free up memory or defrag memory # Analyze and recognize the frequently used applications # Stop processes and programs or reclaim memory occupied by listed processes

Users can free up memory in minutes. And we will offer you how to free memory automatically: 1. Users can just click the "Free Up" button on overview window to free memory quickly. 2. Users can click button "Wizard", then tick the "Automatic Free Up" checkbox on the window and set the following relative parameters:

Free up memory every: Users can set the time interval by moving the glide bar, ten minutes recommend. Rule lists: Users can select one or two list ("White List", "Auto list", "Black List", "Idle list") as reference rule

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Press Release Submitted On: April 27, 2009 at 2:08 am
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