What is the best RAM optimiser out there?

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Hi

Do you use a RAM optimiser? Is there even a need for it? I have never really used it as I thought it was unnecessary but I have noticed that my Windows gets slower if the computer is left on for a night downloading stuff. Im thinking it might be the RAm and hence I need to know what optimiser I need.

Any opinions/suggestions would be great.
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My opinion is it is all bull just like a download accelerator just a gimmick. I would just add more ram and find on what all is going on inside that computer current processes, Processes that start up etc.
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I've been using RamIdle from TweakNow for a while and it's been great. I need to open big txt file sometimes (10,000,000 of lines or more) and it helped me a lot freeing RAM when it's almost out.
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He he ill have to run a test on my lab machine.
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[url=http://www.winnetmag.com/Windows/Article/ArticleID/41095/41095.html]The Memory-Optimization Hoax
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Thanks JrzyCrim, interesting read.

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