MemoryKeeper Free
MemoryKeeper Free
1.3

1.1

MemoryKeeper Free free download for Mac

MemoryKeeper Free

1.3
24 October 2016

Memory cleaning application.

Overview

MemoryKeeper Free is an application for simplifying memory control.

You can run memory clean manually any time you want and get immediate performance boost. Or leave that job to the Automatic Clean. Its silent background algorithm will run memory clean process in an appropriate time to avoid disturbing you. For a quick monitoring of memory status, please, click the 'Menu' icon, that shows your status, using different colors and current amount of free memory.

What's new in MemoryKeeper Free

Version 1.3:
  • Bug fixes
  • Minor changes

8 MemoryKeeper Free Reviews

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Derekcurrie
26 December 2013

Most helpful

WARNING again: This is the same company that owns and distributes MacKeeper. Their marketing tactics in the past AND now are, IMHO, easily the most malicious and abusive on the Internet with regard to the Mac computer community. No other company in my experience is so abusive. A common practice is to 'click-jack' Internet users from an unrelated URL over to their sales page. In my experience such practices are UNHEARD OF in the Mac community, apart from MacKeeper marketing. Since this is more software from Kromtech, the current distributors of MacKeeper, expect this application to attempt to get you to buy MacKeeper. If you can deal with that, terrific. Just don't be fooled and install MacKeeper please. I say this because I have no respect for their marketing tactics and have read multitudes of reports from users who have had trouble on their Macs specifically due to MacKeeper, as well as trouble removing it after installation. Keep in mind that this is my opinion, provided as good will to help Mac users and to expose terrible, abusive marketing tactics.
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Version 1.1
Derekcurrie
17 September 2018
UNAVAILABLE app. Despite Kromtech still having MemoryKeeper listed on its website, it is currently impossible to obtain the app. Apple has removed it from the Mac App Store. Thank you Apple.
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Version 1.3
BasilFawlty
15 August 2017
Does anyone know how to FULLY remove MemoryKeeper?
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Version 1.3
1 answer(s)
Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
17 September 2018
If you obtained MemoryKeeper from Apple's Mac App Store, all you're supposed to have to do is take the app from your Applications folder and place it into the Trash, then empty the Trash.

Because the app is now unavailable (see above) there isn't a way to examine its contents in order see what flotsam it may have put into your Library folder. Uninstalling 'leftovers' from an app can be complicated and annoying, requiring some assistance and experience. But a place to start is by running Activity Monitor, found in your Utilities folder. See if you find any remnants of MemoryKeeper running, such as a 'helper' or other related process. The search feature in Activity Monitor may help. Once you find what you believe is a related process, highlight it then do a Get Info (Command-i) on it and examine the window that opens. If you see a tab titled "Open Files and Ports", click on it and look through the provided list. It gives you paths to all the files that have been loaded into memory. You can use those paths to find the files. Copy the paths so you can refer to them later. NEXT: Go back to the highlighted process and Quit it. Use the "X" in a circle at the top left of Activity Monitor. You may have to Force Quit it. Once the process is stopped, follow the paths you copied to the loading process files. Be VERY certain that anything you now remove is SPECIFICALLY ONLY related to MemoryKeeper. You never want to remove files you're unsure of as they may be used by other processes/apps as well. You're on your own at this point. Again, having assistance from someone else is very useful as you gain experience in removal of unwanted files. Err on the side of caution.

When you're done removing flotsam, reboot your Mac and verify in Activity Monitor that the offending "leftover" processes no longer boot. I hope this helps.
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wickedsp1d3r
23 November 2014
I'm suspicious of all the applications, which names contain the word "Keeper". And you should too.
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Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
lacwbo
lacwbo
25 October 2016
Brought to you by the makers of MacKeeper? No thank you. And is memory cleaning of the Mac really necessary?
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bbw7
22 November 2014
36 mb app that just purges memory? Seriously? And DK's caveat is not to be taken lightly. Want to purge memory? Open up terminal and type "purge". If you want a handy, lightweight and elegant app for it, then get Shellbar -- it's 1/360th the size and far more versatile.
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Version 1.2
iTalk8
27 December 2013
Thanks to Derekcurrie for his review, and the warning. I used MemoryKeeper for one week, but it didn’t work. I set the limit of free memory for automatic cleanup to 10%, which is about 409 MB of memory on my system, but MemoryKeeper didn’t free memory when it reached the threshold. I decided to uninstall it and found another free application on App Store called “CleanMemory” and set the threshold to 500 MB. I opened a few applications and as soon as the memory reached below 500 MB “CleanMemory” started to free memory. The memory jumped from 500 MB to 1.65 GB. I have 4 GB of memory on my system and use Mavericks OS version 10.9.1.
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Version 1.1
r2xman
27 December 2013
Shitware.
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Version 1.1
Derekcurrie
26 December 2013
WARNING again: This is the same company that owns and distributes MacKeeper. Their marketing tactics in the past AND now are, IMHO, easily the most malicious and abusive on the Internet with regard to the Mac computer community. No other company in my experience is so abusive. A common practice is to 'click-jack' Internet users from an unrelated URL over to their sales page. In my experience such practices are UNHEARD OF in the Mac community, apart from MacKeeper marketing. Since this is more software from Kromtech, the current distributors of MacKeeper, expect this application to attempt to get you to buy MacKeeper. If you can deal with that, terrific. Just don't be fooled and install MacKeeper please. I say this because I have no respect for their marketing tactics and have read multitudes of reports from users who have had trouble on their Macs specifically due to MacKeeper, as well as trouble removing it after installation. Keep in mind that this is my opinion, provided as good will to help Mac users and to expose terrible, abusive marketing tactics.
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Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
Annie-Walker
Annie-Walker
26 December 2013
Thank you, Derekcurrie. I appreciate the responsible way you approached this topic. Well done, and respectful of all parties. No way folks can turn what you wrote into an argument. Maybe I'll borrow a phrase or two from you and use this methodology if I find myself in a similar situation in the future. I always count it a good day when I learn something new. Thanks my friend. Annie
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702p-expert
29 October 2013
Kromtech is also distributing MacKeeper (formerly from Zeobit), a controversial application to say the least. Therefore, stay on your guard.
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Version 1.0.2
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1.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
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