ElCondor · Feb 17, 2010 at 08:00 am

CleanRAM Update to 1.9.4

The popular RAM cleaning program for Windows Mobile, called CleanRAM, has been updated again. The new version 1.9.4 brings new features and supports the HD2 better:

Originally posted by ronenpg

  • New backup settings for HTC HD2 best performance, you can load the recommended setting through cleanRAM Config -> “Backup / Restore” -> Select Settings: “HD2″ or “HD2 Quiet”.
  • New languages files added to cab file (last update: 13/02/10), please see cleanRAM xda-developers.com forum post #3 for more information.
  • New cleanRAM icons (128×128) changed (thanks to dinik).
  • Fixed bugs reported by the users community.
  • Windows Mobile 6.5 official ROM (HTC HD2 device) now supported (WM6.5 “DateTime” format fixed).
  • Another way to add process(es) to exceptions list. Now you can add exceptions through file (exceptions.ini), just create a new file with the name “exceptions.ini” then edit this file and add your process(es) name(s) include the symbol != before every process name. For more information read the manual.
  • New registry key (exceptionFile) added, this key will you define the name of the exceptions file (Default: “exceptionFile=exceptions.ini”).
  • New option in the “Exceptions List” feature added – now you can select between “Running Processes” to “Startup Shortcuts”, it’s mean that you can add processes also from “Startup” folder (when using “Launch Startup Programs” setting).

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