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Since it's free.
It does make more physical memory (RAM) available but at the expense of increasing the swap file usage.
As my Ram usage level went down, my swap file size grew, and as you know, swap is much slower than ram.
The other issue I had is that it even removes system memory processes from ram presumably placing them in the swap too. My system has never been slower, good work.
1.4ghz with 512MB ram XP Home, not exactly a fast machine, but normally does quite well until I used MaxMem.
MaxMem has been off for ten minutes, and my system is still recovering. Physical memory usage is increasing, but the swap file is remaining the same.
Gonna have to reboot to fix what this program made worse instead of better. Kinda defeats the purpose doesn't it?