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    Yeah, i know. But I just want a freeware & don't need such a toolkit!
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    An unrelated question, but I don't know where to find a test program for my new RAM (128MB)

    Anybody knows a good tester, show me please
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    I think Norton Utilities does it. Not sure, though.

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    I use a program called RAMBooster. I'm not exactly sure where to find it, but it shouldn't be hard.
    This tells you how much RAM is free on your system (as a percentage and the actual amount) and frees up more for you.

    I don't know if this is what you're looking for, but it's pretty good.

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    yeah, i still use that one!
    But it's quite illogical, everytime we want to boost up, it always reaches the preset, even I didn't turn off any program!

    Now, i don't think I'm gonna need RAMBooster instead, RAMMonster!

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    There is a program called Benchmark it can literally test whole your HARDWARE.

    (there's another prog with the MARK in it but can't remember which)

    BTW: you can see how much free RAM you have by opening regedit and going to 'Help' - 'Info'

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