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cleanRAM v1.9.9 Available
CleanRAM, is one of the best applications for Windows Mobile devices with low RAM. The application can clean up the wasted RAM in your device and give you more room for applications to be open. In the new update, the developer brought some very nice new features and enhancements.
Originally posted by ronenpg
GUI cleaning supported (tested on: TouchFLO3D, HTC Sense ,SPB Mobile Shell, Windows Mobile 6.5 today screen)
There are 3 levels of cleaning + personally customized processes list.
Define all cleanRAM behavior.
Hibernate for old devices.
Close all applications – force closing all applications.
Launch startup programs after cleaning ended.
Clear recent start menu items.
Multilanguage supported with option to add new language.
Customized Processes List – custom level that help you to define the process(es) you wish to clean.
Schedule – automatically clean up by schedule (time/date and more options…), get clean-up event at a specific time! extra settings:
Notify you before cleanup starting.
Wake up device before cleanup.
Exceptions List – add to exceptions list: program(s) / process(es) and also you can select “startup shortcuts” that you want to skip/ignore.
Backup / Restore – backup all your cleanRAM settings into INI file. You can also select and load default settings from recommended settings reservoir list.
Update Service – update cleanRAM to latest version directly from the cleanRAM.
configuration (this feature using internet connection). also you can reinstall your last version.
The thread contains more information.
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