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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/CMXP.png" class="logo" alt="Cacheman" title="Cacheman" />Cacheman is a Windows software designed to speed up your computer by optimizing several caches, managing RAM and fine tuning a number of system settings. Auto-Optimization makes it suitable for novice and intermediate users yet it is also powerful and versatile enough for computer experts. Backups of settings ensure that all user modifications can be reversed with a single click. Unlike other tuneup utilities, Cacheman runs as a system service, minimizing resource usage and tweaking Windows at system-level. Cacheman runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7 x86|x64.

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Cacheman 7.1.0.0 Inc.Serial

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Performance enhancement and memory recovery utility

Cacheman is a utility which provides performance enhancement and memory recovery. By optimizing the Disk Cache and additional system settings it can prevent frequent swapping of the data to hard drive resulting in improved performance, system reaction time and even stability.

Besides this, Cacheman corrects generic problems on systems with more than 512MB of RAM. Wizards help novice users to learn more about the tweaks and their results.

Cacheman is a Windows software designed to speed up your computer by optimizing several caches, managing RAM and fine tuning a number of system settings. Auto-Optimization makes it suitable for novice and intermediate users yet it is also powerful and versatile enough for computer experts. Backups of settings ensure that all user modifications can be reversed with a single click.

Cacheman takes Memory Management to the next level. You can define which applications have the most importance to you. When your system runs out of RAM Cacheman will take it away from non essential programs and give it to the important ones. This is a drastic improvement to the default Windows memory management. You can even limit the RAM a specific application can use.

Cacheman Auto-Optimize is a one-click function which will examine your system and apply automatically best settings and system tweaks in order to improve performance and stability. You can also make your computer more suitable for a specific task by selecting individual Auto-Optimization profiles like "Gaming Computer" or "Network Server".

Limitations:

· 30 days trial

· Some functions are disabled

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What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]

· New profiles: Notebook | Netbook and Super User

· Windows 7 SP 1 compatibility

· Existing profiles have been tweaked

· Increased maximum possible tray icons from 3 to 5

· You can change the looks of Cacheman by switching to different skins (10 skins included in the default installation)

· Better support for several new processors, including Intel Gulftown (e.g. Core i7-980X) and AMD Thuban (e.g. Phenom II X6)

· New performance and usability tweaks

· Improved toolbar

· Process list shows more information about services (e.g. svchost.exe instances)

· Several utilities can be quickly launched from the tray icon menu

· you can create system restore points on the backups tab and in the tray icon menu

· Tray icon works better with UAC on 64bit Windows

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Cacheman download (30 day test version)

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@toyo Hahaha this made me laugh!! :rofl:

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it may say pirated software, but it still works. Just register it using a proxy if you're worried about a little popup from License Management!

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I simply cannot get 7.10 to install and register correctly. I've been using 7.0.0.0 for awhile now, but wanted to update to 7.10. Once installed, I too got the whole "pirated serial" spiel. I hit cancel, and the program comes up, but I can't change ANY of the options (they are greyed-out and unclickable). So I tried going to the 'About' menu and double-clicking on the logo, which just closes the box now (instead of letting me change the serial). So, I uninstalled with Revo Uninstaller Pro, reinstalled, and same issue. Uninstalled with !Your Uninstaller, reinstalled, and still same issue. Next, I tried uninstalling again, re-installing 7.0.0.0, double-clicking the logo in the 'About' box, and changing it to the one that supposedly works with 7.10 -- which works, it takes the newer serial. I then installed 7.10 again, and it comes up with the same "pirated serial" warning -- except it's STILL the OLD/ORIGINAL serial I put in ages ago!!! I've even gone and manually deleted any and all references to Outertech and Cacheman in the registry, installed/uninstalled with every combination of Revo/!Your Uninstaller and Internet on/off, hunter/tracked modes, CCleaner, Safe Mode, TuneUp 1-Click Maintenance, etc -- to no avail.

I've given up and gone back to 7.0.0.0, which still works. But any idea where this freaking program stores its blacklisting/serials??? It's incredibly frustrating... I spent hours on this.

Sorry for the rant, LOL! Thanks all, keep up the good work!

(PS -- The serial link is still down, as mentioned last month here: http://www.nsaneforu...__fromsearch__1 )

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if you encounter a pop up that comes up and says "There is a problem with your serial number (serial # here), please contact support ..."

here is the fix:

first rename "system.ini" under windows folder to "system.txt" then create new file name "system.ini" then copy all the contents of "system.txt" to the new "system.ini" and save then register the prog..

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@ Freddfre

well i already have installed cacheman 7.10 in my pc and when i install/update to Cacheman 7.50 i get a popup saying there is a problem with you serial number.. renaming the system.ini is the only workaround with this issue.

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