Windows keeps crashing or runs really slowly. Will RAMpage solve my problems?
Probably not, but many users claim it helps. RAMpage monitors and frees memory. That’s it. End of story. A buggy application that eats graphic resources will still be a buggy application that eats graphics resources after you’ve loaded RAMpage. There are claims that some applications seem less prone to crashing if available physical memory doesn’t drop too low. If this is the case, running RAMpage with a low threshold, (or running it from a batch file from time to time), might help keep a system up and running. RAMpage can help a lot if you’re trying to identify a memory-hogging application, or if you’re working to improve your system’s settings and want to keep an eye on free memory as you go. I have seen posts on newsgroups where someone wildly praises RAMpage as the solution to all their resource-related problems one day, only to post again the next day to say that it doesn’t work. Neither of these posts are accurate — RAMpage works exactly as described, but it is not a Windows cur