Games, Performance Enhancement (Computer), Freeware

April 6, 2009 at 4:53 pm Leave a comment

Game Booster is the real thing.  If you play games that use anything much, this shuts down on non-essentials while you’re doing it; it does it visibly; it won’t allow you to shut down the program while it has processes shut down.  It is a beta; I’ve been using it now for a couple of weeks (the updated beta, version 3, to which you have the link, is improved) and never had any problem.  Bit Defender has another version of the same thing, more or less, which seems to amount to a spotty AV protection.  I didn’t read through the whole description.  Any disablement of protective functions needs to be visible–in fact, in needs to be “in your face” as Game Booster is.


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