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  • Smart RAM, shoud I enable it to run at startup?

    Hi. I'm confused since ASC autocare has a module that checks and free ram as needed, but it seems that smart RAM is more advanced, so should I enable smart RAM to run at startup? is there any conflict having Smart ram enabled and with ASC ram module??
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  • #2
    You are a long time member of the forum...and therefore I assume you are very familiar with Iobit products....so Iam not sure why you are asking these basic questions
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    • #3
      I'm familiar with them. but since older versions, there are some things that are not very clear (you can see that I'm not the only one, several other users have such questions in the forum)
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      • #4
        I'd appreciate any input from iobit Staff
        Thanks
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        • #5
          Hi again ektorbajaras,

          Let's see what IObit staff is going to comment on that, but I will share my habits with you.

          In the early stages, function of freeing RAM in ASC was not as effective as today and I was using Smart Ram starting with Windows and the other one in ASC disabled.
          Lately I have noticed that the function in ASC is as effective as Smart Ram with today's PCs.

          I do use different combinations in my different PCs (laptops) and I find it that Smart RAM is better used in weaker (Older with lower CPU and less RAM) laptops and Auto RAM clean in ASC is enough in powerful (High CPU, high RAM) laptops.

          Once in a while, lf you really want to clear the RAM, you can use Smart RAM temporarily with Deep Clean.

          That's all from me at the moment.

          Cheers.
          enoskype

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          • #6
            Hi enoskype, thanks for the advice.

            I guess that iobit needs to provide clearer options for the users, but will try your suggestion

            regards
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            • #7
              Hi, I was revising some threads and this has not been properly addressed, since there is no response from iobit staff.

              iobit staff, please answer and explain this, I always wants to get the most of my windows 10 and the most of your products
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              • #8
                Iobit, any additional comment to this thread? Thank you
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                • #9
                  Please, any reply ?
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ektorbarajas View Post
                    Please, any reply ?

                    Hi ektorbarajas,

                    You could run Smart RAM at Windows startup. There is no conflict having Smart ram enabled and with ASC ram module.

                    Thanks.


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                    • #11
                      Now that I'm back at using iobit products and at the forums, this last reply from Cicely caught my attention:

                      To my understanding, having two tools to optimize RAM running at the same time is not a good idea, they will conflict each other.

                      So again: why ASC has the ASC ram module and the Smart RAM module? if a module is designed to work better with certain windows OS versions, then iobit must implement a feature to enable the BEST RAM MANAGER and to disable the other.

                      so far since I installed ASC pro 12 about 2 weeks ago, I am just using ASC ram module and NOT the smart Ram, and so far seems that windows 10 is performing better.

                      iobit, please further explain and elaborate this concern

                      thanks
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                      • #12
                        Cicely Please, a proper follow up to this thread as well, thanks!
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ektorbarajas View Post
                          Cicely Please, a proper follow up to this thread as well, thanks!
                          Hello,

                          The Auto RAM Clean function is aimed to scan and release the memory for the running programs. And Smart RAM is to check and release the memory for the whole Windows system.

                          So you could run Smart RAM at Windows startup with the RAM Clean function . There is no any conflict.

                          Cheer,
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Cicely View Post

                            Hello,

                            The Auto RAM Clean function is aimed to scan and release the memory for the running programs. And Smart RAM is to check and release the memory for the whole Windows system.

                            So you could run Smart RAM at Windows startup with the RAM Clean function . There is no any conflict.

                            Cheer,
                            Cicely , will test and have Auto RAM enabled and Smart RAM program running in the background as well, thanks for the explanation, BTW Smart RAM is in version 3.0, do you know if there are plans to continue upgrading and improving Smart RAM?

                            Thanks
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                            • #15
                              Thanks dear Google is best

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