How to Speed up your PC by this simple RAM Tweak

on 05 January 2011

Well this is a little tut or in other terms a simple trick or a tweak. If you’ve been running a large application (or several large applications, maybe a game, Photoshop, something like that) the RAM can get taken up quickly. Even when you close down these programs, RAM can still be eaten-up.

Here is a simple RAM tweak to speed up your computer. This tweak is checked and works in Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.

  1. Open up Notepad (I use Notepad++)
  2. Type in MYSTRING=(80000000)
  3. Save the file as MEMORY.VBE (or RAM.VBE if you like…just remember the .VBE)
  4. Make sure you save the file to your DESKTOP.
  5. Just double-click the newly created file on your desktop whenever your PC seems sluggish. It will give your RAM a much needed boost.
Note that if you have less than 128mb of RAM then you really need to upgrade that to a decent amount of memory. No tweaks in this world can help you with 128 or 256 MB RAM. RAM Def is another nice freeware utility that frees up your RAM however it clears of all the injected DLL’s and the cache so the computer may get more slower for a while after the defrag.

You can Download Ram Def from Here.

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3 comments:

Share it tips said...

I m also using Notepad++ its awesome .. its also support all programming language extension .

YrHelper said...

Hi Just curious as to why this works. What does it do then you activate the program?

Akash Shastri said...

Since all the current running processes are stored onto the RAM, it slows the system speed. Sometimes the process which have executed but are not required by the OS are stored on the RAM. So, we can remove or freeup the RAM with unused junk & temporary data to Speedup the Computer or processing speed.

Instead of MYSTRING=(80000000), you can also type,
FreeMem=Space(80000000).

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