I think the "feels like" is as important as benchmarks.
Benchmarks are merely numbers. Unless there is a real big jump in the numbers it doesn't really make any difference in day to day life.
I've run benchmarks after overclocking, and it feels good to see larger numbers, but there is nothing more to it than that.
Higher benchmarks scores and the "feels like", together determine whether the software works or not. Anyways, if any of you really feel a difference, give us a heads up. I wouldn't mind a nice performance boost (although I doubt it)
well, this is a scam...there is no such thing as ram defrag, and this site is trying to use the term in a sentence, as if everyone should know about it...it doesn't exist...
these companys realize people already know ram optimzers ruin the performance of xp, so they came up with this neet trick to try to get more play on their product...ram defrag is marleting speek for ram optimizer...counter productive in this os
I wouldn't spend the effort on a download, and then worry about an over clock (which it looks like this program might actually try to perform), going awry
I use Daschund's Battery Doubler on my laptop and can vouch for it's improvements. When it isn't running I get around 2 hours usage out of my battery but with the doubler running I get between 3 and 3 1/2 hours usage. I know it's not quite double but that extra hour or so comes in handy.
Can't really say much about their other software although I did try Hare for a while and didn't see any major improvements.
It's gonna be a very rare occasion that anyone gets anything close to or over 200%.
The Software Mfg will use the 300% mark cause someone got that... So now they can use it as a Sales ploy.
You probably will see 7 out of 10 users get 100% to 120%. Maybe 1 or 2 out of 100 get 130% or slightly better. Very rare if you get to or upwards of 200%.
So you do the math... And sometimes the tweaks it does to optimise the system can cause the system to become unstable.