Memory-optimizing utilities are a dime a dozen, but the one that includes the most effective tweaks for enhancing drive and memory usage is Cacheman. Edward Mendelson, PC Magazine
Coburg, Germany (PRWEB) January 13, 2012
Cacheman (short for Cache manager), the award-winning Windows 7, Vista, and XP optimizer offers a multitude of ways to speed up a Windows 7, Vista, and XP computer by automatically tweaking Cache settings, Registry values, system service options, and PC memory parameters.
Cacheman works quietly in the background managing computer memory (RAM), program processes and system services. Cacheman makes sure that the active application gets the maximum possible processing power and available system memory. Computer games and video players will not be interrupted by background tasks like computer virus scans. Cacheman's memory management and dynamic priority feature prevents slow downs, lag, stuttering, and not responding messages.
Download Cacheman 7.50 installer (free 30 day trial, 3.8 MBytes)
System Requirements: Windows 7, Vista or XP (32 and 64bit)
Cacheman is available in 19 languages including English, German, French, Spanish, and Japanese.
Incorporated in 1999, Outertech is a software development company based in Coburg, Germany. Its mission statement: "To make computers more stable, more useful, faster, and easier to use." Outertech´s lead product is Cacheman (short for Cache Manager), an award-winning Microsoft Windows performance optimization program initially developed in 1996 as the very first Windows optimization software ever. Cacheman is currently available as version 7.50 for Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Linkman (short for Link Manager), is another major Outertech project, a bookmark manager that integrates with the Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Opera browsers. Initially released in 1997, Linkman´s XML databases have been praised for 15 years of bookmark data security. Version 8.32 was released in January 2012.