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MemAv can monitor RAM to see if your available memory is still satisfactory ...

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Everybody have probably noticed that a computer reasonably fast just after power-on will slow down as time goes on. This is mainly due to the fact that the memory available for the computing decreases : The more you open programs, the worse the situation will become. Some programs also have "memory leaks" and do not restore memory to the operating system when they are finished.
Consequently, the computer becomes slow, and can even crash with the sad result that all data not saved will be lost.

MemAv can monitor this phenomena and tell you in real time if your available memory is still satisfactorily, or if it is time to close some windows, or save and reboot Windows before the disaster occurs.
MemAv will add a very discreet bar at the top of your computer screen. This bar, originaly green, will change its color and become blue as the available memory of your computer decreases. When its color turns red, it is time to close some of the open programs or to reboot.

By right-clicking on the bar, a context menu will open with 6 push-buttons, and a small notepad.

"Reboot Windows" is the button to push when the bar stays red when most programs have been closed (Memory jeopardized by successive memory-leaks)
"Exit Windows" is the button to push to power-off your computer
"Screen capture" will take a picture of your current screen, INCLUDING THE MOUSE POINTER.
"Limited capture" will take a picture of the selected part of your screen
"Toggle desktop" will hide or restore all the icons of your desktop, in order to take a clean capture, with no background.
Your screen capture can either be opened automatically in your favorite Image Processing Program, or saved as a BMP or JPG file.
"Exit MemAv" will terminate this program and remove the bar.

MemAv runs under Windows 98-XP-NT-Vista

http://www.allec.fr/Download.htm#MemAv

 


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