We know that the RAM in a PC is never enough, for this I want to show you Instant Memory Cleaner, a tool for Windows XP and Vista. Front-end for Microsoft’s command line ClearMem ( Windows XP ) and FreeMem ( Windows Vista ), which force pages out of physical memory and reduce the size of running processes working sets, to a minimum.
Instant Memory Cleaner is more effective with Windows XP and if you want better results, the paging file of your System must be at least as large as the system’s physical memory.
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Vista Drive Icon, changes the drive icons shown in Windows "My Computer", to a nearly Vista drive icon, showing the drive’s free space with a smooth colored horizontal bar.
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Windows 7 comes with a new task bar that probably you might seen in our software review or if you have installed already. But if you want the same Task bar in your Windows XP or Vista ViGlance is the software that can help you to transform the XP taskbar to Windows 7 similar.
Windows Vista SP2 Beta is now available for download via Technet and MSDN sites. It is however a 388 MB standalone download for 32-bit versions or a 614MB download for 64-bit. A 1.2GB .iso disk image is also available from Microsoft’s Web site.
From Windows Task Manager you can give priority to running process. But the free application Process Manager can add to your system add-ons do mange this priority faster. With right-click in the window’s taskbar item you will note two new voices where the first can "Kill" (close, stop running) that process and the second is the priority that can be changed from the Higher to Lower level.
Windows Sidebar is a pane on the side of the Microsoft Windows Vista desktop where you can keep your gadgets organized and always available. Windows Sidebar makes great use of the space on widescreen monitors and also works smoothly on standard displays. If you accidentally delete one of the default gadgets and you’re wishing you had it back, follow this short guide.
In Windows Vista we can choose a mouse pointer scheme to increase visibility of the mouse pointer on the screen. Here is a quick way to do: Press and hold on Windows Logo + U. A window will come up with options, scroll down and select Make the mouse easier to use and select colors and size as you like.
Tips: try also Windows Magnifier