Memory is one of the most important pieces of computer hardware as it is in constant use no matter what a PC is used for. There is a tremendous number of variables that can influence the speed and performance of memory, and this in turn will affect the overall performance of a computer. Cacheman (short for Cache manager) can help by making it possible to optimize system cache and take control of RAM. A computer cache is a software or hardware component that stores user data so that future requests for that data can be served faster.
Cacheman is suitable for use by experts and novices alike, and there are a number of manual and automatic optimization settings available to suit all levels of ability. Cacheman automatically optimizes how Windows handles memory. Depending on what the PC is used for, a range of computer performance profiles is available including gaming, graphics workstation, digital audio recording, notebook, and server.
Cacheman dynamically changes the priority at which certain programs and processes are run, and can limit the amount of memory any given application is able to use. The active front-running application will get the maximum possible processing power and available system memory. Computer games, office software, web browsing, and video players will not be interrupted by background tasks like computer virus scans.
By default, Windows 10 can track and share website visits, app usage, purchases, typed words, and more. Cacheman's auto-optimization feature modifies Windows privacy setting so that significantly less tracking data is recorded and sent back to Microsoft.
In addition to the already build-in Intel Core processor optimization, Cacheman 10.10 updates the optimization profiles for AMD Ryzen 7 1700, 1700X, 1800X and Ryzen 5 1400, 1500X, 1600, 1600X processors.
Search function (F3 and Ctrl + F shortcut) added directly to the information tab: search text will be looked for in process names, window captions, paths (case-insensitive), Windows Build is displayed on the information tab, Bug fixes
Windows 10 support, Extended Dynamic Priority, Improved SSD & GPU detection, More accurate manual RAM recovery display, Windows 10 privacy optimization, New graphics workstation & CAD profile.
The update to version 7.91 improves the motherboard information displayed by Cacheman and adds Intel Broadwell-U and AMD Carizzo processor support.