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Outer Technologies' Cacheman was the winner in this poll with 37% of the total votes. It was followed by MemTurbo which had 23% of the vote. Links to the other software in the poll can be found below.
Cacheman is a performance enhancement and memory recovery utility. By optimizing the Disk Cache and additional system settings it can prevent frequent swapping of the data to hard drive resulting in improved performance, system reaction time and even stability. Besides this, Cacheman corrects generic problems on systems with more than 512MB of RAM. Wizards help novice users to learn more about the tweaks and their results.
What can I do with Cacheman?
- Disk Cache
- Name & Path Cache
- CdRom Cache
- Icon Cache
Periodically recover memory
Tweak several system settings to improve performance
Watch & monitor several important system values
- Overview page
- History Graph
- Tray Icon
Create System configuration reports
Does Cacheman work on Windows NT4/2000/XP?
Yes, most settings are designed for Windows 9x-ME, but Cacheman offers even some NT4/2000/XP only settings.
Is Cacheman Freeware or Shareware?
That depends on yourself.
1. Private/Educational usage
The registration fee for Cacheman is $10. Since most users cannot afford $10, Cacheman has no disabled features and no time limit. If you really cannot afford the shareware fee you are allowed to use Cacheman as Freeware. All updates for registered users will be free even if we should be forced to change the license to Shareware only with the next major release.
2. Commercial/Corporate usage
If you want to keep using Cacheman you have to pay a $10 (Single User license) Shareware fee. Multi User and Corporate/Site licenses are available on the registration page.
THE FULL CACHEMAN FAQ CAN BE FOUND HERE.
Other applications either included or mentioned in this poll are: