Chris Habig
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Chris Habig reviewed on 30 May 2012
This app is completely unnecessary. The easiest way to free memory is to shut down the computer. Most computer memory loses its contents when power is removed.
[Version 1.6.3]



burypromote
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Chris Habig commented on 18 Feb 2012
The md5 hash I get from the download doesn't match the hash that I'm supposed to get, according to VLC's website. Can someone please confirm?
[Version 2.0.0]


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Chris Habig replied on 19 Feb 2012
I emailed the developers about the 64 bit Intel version. They confirmed the error and have corrected the website.
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Chris Habig reviewed on 29 Jan 2012
To really free up memory, turn your computer off. I assure you that the DRAM will lose its contents.
[Version 1.5.1]



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Chris Habig commented on 30 Apr 2010
MacThe Ripper works great, but why is it still PPC only? Come on guys, at least ship a universal binary!
[Version 2.6.6]



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Chris Habig commented on 24 Feb 2008
This program is a total, ineffective waste of time. Free memory is by definition memory that isn't being used. There is no way that unused memory can make the system or any particular application faster.
[Version 2.0]



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Chris Habig commented on 22 Dec 2007
Considering the following:

1. Preview already does just about every single thing this app claims to do.

2. The app is an ugly Windows port.

3. They want $60 dollars for it!!

I can't recommend this application.
[Version 4.80]



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Chris Habig commented on 01 Jun 2007
How is this different from Secure Erase in the Finder?
[Version 2.3.2]



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Chris Habig reviewed on 20 Nov 2006
I've been using the program since day 1. It's small, does it's job, and does it well. Integration with Address Book is good. Printed envelopes look outstanding.
[Version 1.4.8]



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Chris Habig commented on 21 Mar 2006
My first reaction--why would anyone name a product, Cee You Pee?
[Version 1.1.3]



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Chris Habig commented on 21 Mar 2006
A dumb concept for users, a great concept for marketing. But why would I want to keep an application running just to watch for fare sales on Southwest (not known for great service, btw). This should have been a dashboard widget.
[Version 1.04]



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