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Memory Optimizer

Memory Optimizer’s interface is very simple and neat. It monitors your system in the background and frees up memory whenever needed to increase the performance of your computer. If the available physical memory gets too low, Memory Optimizer causes the system to swap old data to the paging file to free up memory for your applications.

Interface Overview

1. The First Line Buttons: quick access button to "Optimization" or "Options" function.

2. The Upper Black Area: displays the CPU Usage and physical memory usage graph so you know how much memory you're using and how much free memory you have.

3. The Lower Box: allows you to manually set the amount of memory you want to free up, optimize and clear clipboard.

CPU Usage and Physical Memory Usage Graph

The values of CPU Usage are displayed by percentages with different colors of lines. A graph recording the activity is present and the color code functions. Memory information is similar to CPU information that a graph shows the usage of the physical memory. The color of the lines shown in the memory usage graph also correspond to the different values available in the window. The details displayed here contain a maximum and minimum value of the memory usage.

How to Enable Auto Optimization

  • Under "Options" tab, check mark "Enable Auto Optimization". If you do not wish to have your memory usage optimized automatically, you can disable this function here.
  • Under "Optimize automatically when free memory at", you can specify the free memory level that triggers automatic optimization. This can for example be set at 50 MB. Under "Increase free memory to", you can specify how much memory you want to free up.
  • If you wish to restore the module to the recommended settings, click Recommended.
Manual Optimization

  • If you do not use Auto Optimization, or if you want to free up memory before you start a program that requires a lot of memory, you can go to Manual Optimization.
  • Under "Manual Optimization", you can use the slider to specify how much memory should be improved. Click "Optimize" to free the specified amount of memory. The module will then remove unneeded DLLs and other files from physical memory, which may require a few seconds.
Easy to Clear Clipboard

Under Clipboard, the module shows the current amount of memory occupied by the data in your clipboard. Click Clear Clipboard to free up the memory used by this data.

Recommended Value

For manual optimization you can make the appropriate optimization under "Optimization" tab. This tab allows you to set the amount of memory to be optimized when pressing the Optimize button in the middle part of the window. There is also a recommended value by the software which analyzes the amount of memory available on your system and sets an appropriate value under "Options" tab.

Auto Start Memory Optimizer on Windows Logon

Click "Options" tab, find "Load automatically on Windows startup". If you want to start Memory Optimizer on Windows logon, you can checkup the box before "Load automatically on Windows startup".

Where find Memory Optimizer from Glary Utilities

Method 1
  • Start "Glary Utilities"
  • Find "Advanced tools" page
  • Click "Free up memory", Memory Optimizer will pop up.
Method 2
  • Start "Glary Utilities"
  • Find and click Memory Optimizer icon in the Dock bar, Memory Optimizer will appear.
  • If Memory Optimizer is not in the Dock bar, click  in Dock bar, Memory Optimizer will show in a new popup window.
Please note: if you want to add Memory Optimizer in the Dock bar, click in Dock bar, remove any icon by dragging it out of the Dock firstly, and then drag Memory Optimizer in.

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