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2009



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game-boosterI am not a big game player, but anyway I like speaking about games, tricks and tips to improve your game experience. You may want to read these articles of mine on how to test of your computer can run your favorite games, how to play with hundreds of games from your within your Firefox and how to download and play online flash games offline. Today I want to talk about a nice application which, in a couple of steps, optimizes your computer performance, thus enhancing the game play of your favorite games. 

Game Booster is a small, free application which, in a single click, optimizes your computer performance for smoother, more responsive game play in the latest PC games.  This is how it works and what improvements it brings:

  • Automatically shutdown background processes. It also avoids possible conflicts and incompatibility, by temporarily closing background processes and unnecessary Windows services.
  • Clean your computer RAM.
  • Intensify processor performance.
  • It works on Windows 2000, Vista, XP and Windows 7.
  • remember, it does not overclock your hardware, does not change your Windows Registry and system settings.

If you want to download it right away, click here.




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2 Comments to “How to optimize your computer for games”

  1. Dennis F. Says:

    I tried it. Why is all that stuff running in the background anyway? I don’t even own some of the peripherals that have running programs. Where did they come from? Back to the software, it did stop some processes – my sidebar went away. Did I notice any speed difference? Not really, but when dealing with computer time, benchmarking software is always needed, so I can’t tell for sure. Since it is selective, you could run it all the time and stop the needless programs all the time. I only saw a 4% decrease in memory usage. Hey, it’s free.

  2. Ghorab Says:

    i’ll try
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