gilisoft_ramdisk

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  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • No free updates
  • You get free tech support
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by GiliSoft
  • Version is v6.1.0
  • Download size is 1.2 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/46

Windows Full VersionNov 20, 2013

Free GiliSoft RAMDisk (100% discount)

$39.95 Free!

GiliSoft RAMDisk helps boost computer performance and increase privacy by allowing you to use your system RAM as a hard drive to store data. Data stored on RAM disks can be set to be automatically deleted when you shut down or restart your computer, or you can opt to auto-save data on RAM disks so it isn’t lost.

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  1. zs

    Reply to this comment#27

    All putting your swap file on a RAM disk is doing is slowing your computer down while giving you none of the benefits of having virtual memory.

    You’d actually be better off just disabling virtual memory entirely.

    Specifically: the whole point of virtual memory is to enable your computer to effectively have more stuff in memory than actually fits in its physical RAM. It does this by actively swapping stuff back and forth between RAM and a storage location on your hard disk (the swap file) as needed.

    By putting that swap file on a RAM disk, you’ve reduced the total effective memory available to slightly *less* than your physical RAM because that RAM disk actually takes up a bit more space in memory than the size of the volume.

    Furthermore, since the OS is treating that RAM disk as virtual memory, it’s actively swapping stuff back and forth between it and the “real” memory rather than using it directly. Furthermore, all accesses of the RAM disk are also going through the extra overhead of the disk emulation as well.

    Read more at http://sharewareonsale.com/s/gilisoft-ramdisk-sale#vGTDY76ZhIfFmQS1.99

  2. zs

    Reply to this comment#26

    文件位置。它比我的物理磁盤速度更快,雖然我並不需要它來記住任何東西,那就是在RAM的磁盤設置頁面的選項。對於我的SoftPerfect的RAM磁盤程序註釋休息,看到的評論在該軟件的審查結

  3. sm0238

    Reply to this comment#25

    good software

  4. zxzx1290

    Reply to this comment#24

    good let me try it

  5. tomwoods55

    Reply to this comment#23

    Gilisoft Ramdisk download says’ access denied’

  6. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#22

    [@jstone] I know its not 3.5 GB, you are right in saying its 4 less that used to boot and run. But when people say 4 GB I wind up constantly having to explain (on Tech Support sites) why its 4 but their system only shows 3.5 . I shortcut the technical with the practical.

  7. Schohaan

    Reply to this comment#21

    Cool site

  8. jstone

    Reply to this comment#20

    [@BearPup] All putting your swap file on a RAM disk is doing is slowing your computer down while giving you none of the benefits of having virtual memory.

    You’d actually be better off just disabling virtual memory entirely.

    Specifically: the whole point of virtual memory is to enable your computer to effectively have more stuff in memory than actually fits in its physical RAM. It does this by actively swapping stuff back and forth between RAM and a storage location on your hard disk (the swap file) as needed.

    By putting that swap file on a RAM disk, you’ve reduced the total effective memory available to slightly *less* than your physical RAM because that RAM disk actually takes up a bit more space in memory than the size of the volume.

    Furthermore, since the OS is treating that RAM disk as virtual memory, it’s actively swapping stuff back and forth between it and the “real” memory rather than using it directly. Furthermore, all accesses of the RAM disk are also going through the extra overhead of the disk emulation as well.

  9. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#19

    Yes, I know its not 3.5, and you are quite correct in your statement. But the practical reality is that people always quote 4 GB, and then I’m left to explain why it says 3.5 GB. I just shorten the technical to be the practical.

  10. jstone

    Reply to this comment#18

    [@BearPup]
    It’s not specifically 3.5GB. You’re limited to 4GB minus whatever amount of address space is being used by the various hardware components in your computer, which will vary by computer and configuration.

  11. jstone

    Reply to this comment#17

    Two things:

    1) A RAM disk will *not* “boost computer performance”; it will, typically, slow things down because you’ve effectively reduced your computer’s available RAM by the size of the virtual disk.

    2) You should not rely on this program’s ability to “auto-save data on RAM disks so it isn’t lost” since that’ll fail to happen if your computer crashes. You should *never* put anything you actually want to keep on a RAM disk.

  12. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#16

    [@mishasin] The “hidden” RAM of which you speak is a limitation of a 32 Bit OS Architecture. In order to make use of RAM above 3.5 GB, you need to install a 64 Bit OS.

    I don’t know how this works in XP, but in Windows 7 the license key you purchase will work on either a 32 Bit or 64 Bit OS (just not both at the same time).

    Because someday I might add more RAM to the 2 GB RAM currently installed, my old notebook has a 64 Bit OS. I believe you can do the same thing in XP, but to be sure go to Microsoft.com and look for a link to the XP Community Forum, they’ll be able to help you there.
    Regards,
    BearPup

  13. KNERD

    Reply to this comment#15

    [@BearPup]

    What for? If you reduce the amount of virtual memory for swap then the OS will be forced use RAM instead of swapping.

  14. junshubby

    Reply to this comment#14

    win7 pro unable to access, access is denied run as admin

  15. mishasin

    Reply to this comment#13

    Thanks for the tip.
    Is RAM Disk able to use “invisible” RAM (more than 4GB installed physical RAM(cards) on 32bit WinXP Pro)? Would be great if it could do that.

  16. vasi

    Reply to this comment#12

    thanks!

  17. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#11

    I use a RAM Disk for my swap file location. Its faster than my physical Disks, and though I don’t need it to remember anything, that is an option under the RAM Disks setup page. For the rest of my comments on SoftPerfect’s RAM Disk program, see the comments at the end of that software’s review http://dottech.org/130490/windows-review-softperfect-ram-disk-program/ .

    My bottom line, I use the ‘archaic’ tools of a RAM Disk and ReadyBoost because they do help my system function that much faster, as measured on my computer (not some theoretical machine).

  18. ghudak

    Reply to this comment#10

    [@conceptualclarity] I am in the exact same situation. Although I am looking for a new system, I would like to know the same thing. BTW, don’t forget Microsoft will be stopping updates/supportfeat ures for XP starting early next year.

  19. david roper

    Reply to this comment#9

    “installed, and registered before this offer is over”
    Conceptualclarity, you maybe do not need to use a RAM disk with 2GB RAM.

  20. conceptualclarity

    Reply to this comment#8

    I am on a difficult old XP system, 32 bit, 2 GB RAM, Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.66GHz (that is, single core). I have problems with both, but it seems like I have more problems with CPU than RAM.

    Would using a RAM disk just make things worse or make things better?

    Also, please weigh in on would this be any better than the SoftPerfect RAM Disk,?

  21. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#7

    [@EUN235] It would help if you entered in the right code. “84708-598409-21826-33619-05479-96723″ is not the code that we gave you.

  22. EUN235

    Reply to this comment#6

    Unable to register using the supplied code 84708-598409-21826-33619-05479-96723.

    Message received INVALID REGCODE LENGTH.

    PLease advise by return email. Thanks.

    Jason

  23. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#5

    [@Henfracar] Lifetime license is lifetime license — you get to use the program forever (albeit some may expire if you update them, if the offer doesn’t include updates). Which Genie Timeline expired on you?

  24. Henfracar

    Reply to this comment#4

    What is this site’s understanding of ‘a 1 user lifetime license’? I got Genie Timeline from a previous offer but recently received notification that my subscription was “nearing its’ end”. I hope they are not predicting my early demise LOL.

  25. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#3

    [@vasi] The code works just fine, I just double checked. Make sure you aren’t entering spaces before or after it.

    [@Giovanni] Thanks Gio! For people that are interested in SoftPerfect RAM Disk, we have a review of it over at dotTech: http://dottech.org/130490/windows-review-softperfect-ram-disk-program/

  26. vasi

    Reply to this comment#2

    invalid regcode length

  27. Giovanni

    Reply to this comment#1

    Looks interesting….actually it can be used to lower data fragmentation and reduce the amount of temporary files on HDs. But how much RAM should a system have to make it work properly?

    BEST FREE ALTERNATIVE:
    http://www.softperfect.com/products/ramdisk/

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • No free updates
  • You get free tech support
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by GiliSoft
  • Version is v6.1.0
  • Download size is 1.2 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/46