Memory Booster

By | September 1, 2014

Before you think “Not another Memory Booster / Optimizer”, Rizonesoft Memory Booster is not just another Memory Booster. And yes, I know that many software companies claim that they have the solution to never upgrading memory again. First of all, most of these companies are full of it, most of them rely on the placebo effect, this is, if you think it is going to work, it will. Also, most of them will try and optimize your system by forcing memory out of RAM.

Rizonesoft Memory Booster does not run on the placebo memory optimization engine and will not force any memory out of your RAM. It will however make a safe Windows API call that tells Windows to clean up the workspace of all processes thus freeing up any memory, processes no longer needs (Clear Processes Working Set). It will do this periodically to help improve the speed and the stability of your system.

Keep in mind that this method will not free up a big amount of RAM, but instead will, as previously stated, improve the stability and performance of your computer. This will also cure memory leaks and in some cases has been able to unfreeze programs. Because it uses a Windows API call, you know that it is safe to run. Memory booster will now also force processes trying to hog all your processor power to calm down a little. It will scan all open processes; when a process with a priority of above normal is found, it will set it to normal.
In turn this will free up some needed processing power.

Download

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Memory Booster (Build 1959) Mirror 1 Download Rizonesoft.com 12,570
Memory Booster (Build 1959) Source Code Download Rizonesoft.com 756
Memory Booster (Build 1959) Mirror 2 Download INSTALKI.pl

11 thoughts on “Memory Booster

  1. Nick

    New memory booster considered as a virus for Norton internet security and I have no idea how to remove the old memory booster please help and check whats going on

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    1. rizonesoft Post author

      You can tell Norton to ignore the file. Memory Booster is portable, so to remove it; all you need to do is delete the executable.

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  2. Arnellord Bondoc

    Thanks for this. This is the REAL memory booster that I am looking for to deploy on our legacy computers… Thanks again. Keep up the good work :)

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  3. Arnellord Bondoc

    It’s been 12 days since I used Memory Booster and I am happy with it! It works! Our old or legacy systems are super fast and responsive now.

    I hope you will make an installer and auto-update out of this and make it shareware or trialware before anyone steal your work :) Cause it’s working compared with some applications like Process Lasso, MemBoost, IOBit Memory Booster and many more which are not really working as advertised, they are all “placebo effect”

    Once again thank you for this. Goodluck and more power! God bless!

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  4. SetiaBn

    BTW when will you make processor booster??? I think I need it… :D

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  5. Darren K.

    This little utility works really well on my windows 8.1 64bit laptop, thanks.

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  6. Stuart

    This is the only memory optimizer I have tried that tamed the SeaMonkey browser, making it run with consistantly reasonable CPU memory and spead it up significangly! I think this program deserves the recognition in-terms of popularity in mention of programs like CCleaner and Avast.

    Stuart

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  7. Mark N.P

    Hi guys at Rizonesoft!
    Kudos to your superb work – both on firemin and membooster – They both work great.

    Have 2 small requests:
    1) Make firemin compatible with all mozilla based browsers like palemoon and cyberfox..
    Perhaps even with Maxthon browser which is a ram-drinker as well.

    2) Is it possible to make membooster to launch minimised straight to the tray? Using StartupDelayer and it always launches into the desktop.

    Thanks and appreciate your reply.

    Best Regards,
    Mark.

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  8. Stuart

    Mark, the SeaMonkey web browser which the Rizonesoft Memory Booster has done wonders with for me is a Mozilla-based browser. Since Palemoon is also Mozilla-based, I think it ought to be just as good with that as well. I think when you said “firemin”, you meant Rizonesoft’s memory booster, right? In any case, if the changes in Palemoon and the others you’ve mentioned aren’t helped by this memory optimizer, I suggest trying it with SeaMonkey. As I said, it has done wonders in taming it for me and speeding it up.
    Stuart

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