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How to make Memory Cleaner work in Windows Vista?


Tim Xue

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The Memory Cleaner works OK if we change the compatibility mode in the properties of MemCleaner.exe to (Run thisprogram in compatibility mode for: > Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

Temporary Solution : Make a shortcut of MemCleaner.exe on the Desktop with changes above, and start it from there.

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Memory cleaner needed in all beta vistas, now RTM and after it is better.

You also have to use an usb device to have the readyboost function (2GB is good enough). Anyway, it is always better to have memcleaner ready in emergency situations.

It helped me many times in Vista in the past six months.

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memory cleaner

 

in windows vista doesent useing memory cleaner harm real system performance same as xp ? i had 1.00 of ram iolo told me 47% free so i defraged it becouse taskmanger said 80% used after defraging it when down to 29% used my question is how do you change the performance back before defraging the ram does turning the computer off and back on change the computer back the way it was beforw defraging it also does defrag the computer harm the memory manger or superfetcher or readybooster in anyway oh i also brought a 1 gb stick and took one of my 512mb out know i got 1.50gb know irs 37%used but would it make a difference to defrag or not? what would you reccemend microsoft said home basic is 512mb of ram i got 1.50 gb should that be enough memory for vista? oh in vsta in the search bar i typed memory what does the memory tool do at vista boot time? i hope you can under stand my question tim or anyone there thankyou for your time

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