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CleanMem 2.1.0 is designed as a convenient and efficient tool which keeps memory use in check on the system without any of the memory being pushed to the page file. This in turn keeps the system running smoother.
The people who will notice the biggest performance increase are ones who don't have a lot of memory installed. (More memory is always better!) The reason is when your system starts getting low on memory Windows will start to move memory to the page file. The page file is ran off your hard drive. The hard drive is the bottle neck of performance on a system. So the slower the drive the slower the system goes as it tries to work with the page file. When you use CleanMem you help keep the system from using up all its memory. In turn Windows doesn't push anything to the page file, and producer avoid the huge slow down from page file usage.
- Added "Reset Window Positions" option to context menu.
- Multiple GUI tweaks and fixes.
- Fixed minor bug where the mini monitor wouldn't hold its startup position in some cases.
- Program now remembers the screen position of the settings windows and others. The reset mini monitor position will also reset these windows as well.
- Window positions are now saved under the Current User Reg keys. This has multiple benefits. If a person runs the mini monitor from a thumb drive and on multiple computers, the position will be saved on each computer instead of the ini file. This also lets different users on the same system have the monitor in different positions than the other users.
- Fixed bug where the Page File information on the Memory Info Window didn't detect on Windows 7.
- Page file info on the memory info window has been updated to pull better information. Such as actual current usage of the page file on the disk.
- Fixed bug where the mini monitor didn't always exit & close.
- Fix system up time monitor bug. The mini monitor showed the system up time via the GetTickCount API. But this had a problem, it could only go as high as 49 days. I have since changed the code to pull the system up time from the performance monitor in Windows. Now there should be no limit.
- Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, & Win7 (32bit & 64bit)
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