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Old 06. Mar 2011, 09:36 AM   #9 (permalink)
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It kind of seems weird to me now i think about it. You want to free up memory, so run another program that uses memory. Surely a better way would be just to do a bit of research and shut down some non essential services, once you know which services can be safely shut down. I suppose when i was a computer noob i was easy prey for software vendors, a few of whom offer only snake-oil
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