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★ Top Paid 1 in Utilities Category (United States)
★ Top Paid 1 in Utilities Category (JAPAN)
iCleanMemory is a simple application to free memory.
Just clicked "Optimize Memory" to free memory.
== Features ==
+ easy to use
+ automatically start at login
+ hide dock icon
+ Growl intergration
+ automatically clean
- Graphic artists
- Final Cut Pro users
- 3D modellers and animators
- Parallels Desktop users
if there is nothing to clean - it will not be cleaned!
What's New in Version 1.6
Add developer clean memory mode
Add automatically clean
Add custom menu used memory color
THIS IS A MUST GET APP!
i have had some apps to hep proformus but this takes the cake. it has helped me somany times i lost count i think i was at 59 in the ferst week. but besides the pont. i had 4 GB of ram in my imac and when i played some games that rely reqired alot of ram i used this to help increes proformus but just pressing optimise memory. it is 100% free of the ID-10-T eror of lack of ram plus it can run it self when free ram gows to low with pramiters you can set incloding an alert to let you know it is coming near the low free ram. i reroly recomend apps but this one is in the my top 3 list for a must have apps.
con: for the aler to work you must install Growler but it helps you to install and cheks to see of it works properly. thow tow that app must be open for the wonderst to work. this is the worst cons ther are about the app. but set up will take 15 minets if using dile up (the phone line for all the pepole that dont know what i tiped).
Simply Works as Advertized
This app worked beautifully for me on Snow Leopard and now it continues to work on Lion.
It's new "Quick" mode is great because it frees memory without much effect on the perormance of the other apps while the freeing is beeing done.
I don't think that the app itself can free memory for the operating system, because that would be "illegal". Instead, it appears that it tricks the operating system to do it by claiming a biggest possible chunk of memory for itself and forcing the operating system to re-arrange the rest of the memory in order to accomodate the need of this app. This is why when this process is being done (not in the "quick" mode), the whole computer becomes sluggish. Anyway, it's really a great app to have and I think it should be used occaisonally by anyone with a Mac.
Does what I need without any trouble
iCleanMemory has proven very helpful - especially while editing video or other demanding memory tasks. Even with 8GB of RAM in my 1 year old MacBook Pro, Final Cut Pro X starts eating through it pretty quickly. No more restarting or closing/reopening - just clean the memory and free it up after 30 seconds to a minute. Love it. I also love running it straight from the menu bar (hidden in the dock) with just the "Usage Chart" displaying - it's a clean and helpful interface. I haven't found the "Clean if free memory is below x" - I prefer to keep an eye on it and then clean the memory when I'm ready. Cleaning mid-render or at other times can cause instability in certain apps. That aside though, this has already proven to be a HUGE help!