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SuperSpeed RamDisk Plus 11 Software Review

SuperSpeed RamDisk Plus 11 Software Review

With today's RAM prices at an all-time low, it has never been a better time to stuff your motherboard with as much RAM as it can hold. Modern systems can take a lot of it, and there is a certain breed of software out there that can make good use of it all. Read our RamDisk Plus 11 review for more details.

| Utilities in Software | Posted: May 23, 2013 5:59 am
TweakTown Rating: 97%      Manufacturer: SuperSpeed

Introduction

 

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RAM nowadays seems to be one of the most underused parts of our systems. An average system today has at least 4GB of RAM installed; and with the advent of new chipsets - and with RAM dropping in price, even higher configurations are becoming much more common.

 

Still, the average computer user hardly makes full use of their RAM. Unless you're running specialized applications, you will most probably never push your RAM to its full capacity and potential. That's where a RAM disk comes in handy, and trust me, once you start using one, you'll never look back.

 

Today we will be taking a closer look at one of the fastest and most feature-rich RAM disk programs available - RamDisk Plus 11.

 

A few months ago I had the pleasure of supplying the RamDisk team with suggestions on possible improvements that would make the program more feature-rich and more competitive. I'm glad to report that they have managed to implement most of my suggestions very quickly. Let's take an in-depth look at it right now over the next few pages.

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