SmartRam
SmartRam
1.2.1

1.7

SmartRam free download for Mac

SmartRam

1.2.1
22 June 2012

Analyze memory allocation and restore available memory.

Overview

SmartRam can restore the memory as free memory that is available to your operating system without compromising the performance. SmartRam is very simple to use. People love well-designed and user-friendly software.

SmartRam can show you the current memory allocation at runtime and you can always click on the broom to activate the free memory process. During the process, you will see a very cool animation. After it is done, you can see how much memory has been restored and you can tweet and share it with your friends.

SmartRam also has a very cool feature that takes advantage of the voice synthesis functionality coming with OS to indicate the start and end of the process.

You can also choose to start SmartRam with your operating system to let SmartRam speed up your personal computers.

If you have any question, please feel free to contact with us and we will get you back as soon as possible. Thank you for purchasing our products and we hope you will love our products as much as we do.

What's new in SmartRam

Version 1.2.1:
  • Implemented the Sandbox.
  • Fixed the share links for Facebook and Twitter.

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3 SmartRam Reviews

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Nontroppo
20 October 2011

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Memory 'optimisers' were a fad on windows many years ago, and they were junk. Now they are popping up on the App store!Countless man-hours of hard work by computer scientists have honed the virtual memory systems of modern operating system kernels like Darwin, and this app just junks those caches to make it look like you have more free RAM. Inactive RAM *is* usable RAM, so flushing your inactive RAM into "free" RAM doesn't give you "more" memory, it just makes more green in the pie chart in activity monitor. *BUT* inactive RAM does store information the OS X kernel may need again, so flushing it will slow down your kernel if it needs that info. Please google and read "The Memory-Optimization Hoax", an article written by the very well respected Sysinternals engineer Mark Russinovich.
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Version 1.0
laura-53
08 May 2019
I use this on my Mac desktop all the time and it totally works. Close all apps before using and things speed up. You can see in the menu bar graph how much memory is available before and after.
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Version 1.2.1
Canisbos
20 October 2011
"You can also choose to start SmartRam with your operating system to let SmartRam speed up* your personal computers." *Slow down.
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Version 1.0
Nontroppo
20 October 2011
Memory 'optimisers' were a fad on windows many years ago, and they were junk. Now they are popping up on the App store!Countless man-hours of hard work by computer scientists have honed the virtual memory systems of modern operating system kernels like Darwin, and this app just junks those caches to make it look like you have more free RAM. Inactive RAM *is* usable RAM, so flushing your inactive RAM into "free" RAM doesn't give you "more" memory, it just makes more green in the pie chart in activity monitor. *BUT* inactive RAM does store information the OS X kernel may need again, so flushing it will slow down your kernel if it needs that info. Please google and read "The Memory-Optimization Hoax", an article written by the very well respected Sysinternals engineer Mark Russinovich.
Like (4)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
23 June 2012
@nontroppo: Thanks for the background and the link to Mark's very instructive article. I have recently fallen for a couple of these Ram optimizers and was about to check this one out when I read your comment. I've learned something tonight thanks to you. Cheers!
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