GameBoost sets the standard for PC gaming and internet optimization software. GameBoost instantly increases the performance of your computer and squeezes out every last bit of performance your computer and internet connection is capable of. With many of the latest PC games requiring high hardware requirements to have a suitable gaming experience, it is important to optimize your computer's performance. Windows is a general operating system which is used for many tasks; it is not optimized for gaming. With GameBoost and a few clicks of your mouse, you will notice an increase in frames per second, smooth game play and less latency and lag during multiplayer gaming. GameBoost makes several Windows registry and system changes to increase the performance of your current gaming hardware; this allows you to play the most recent games without having to spend hundreds of dollars to upgrade your hardware. These changes made to your computer improve memory usage, how foreground applications are prioritized with the CPU, hard drive access read and write speeds, how fast graphics can display on your screen, the overall speed of your internet connection and latency. GameBoost does not make changes, no patches and no modifications to games themselves, thus no anti-cheat detection software considers our software cheating software and you will not be banned from those gaming networks. GameBoost also improves the speed of your internet connection; these system changes work with all internet connections such as Cable, DSL, U-Verse, Fios and dial-up. If you notice during multiplayer gaming that you are getting long pings and lag, GameBoost can help improve the speed of your connection. GameBoost makes several Windows registry changes to improve how networking packets are transmitted and received, we increase the buffer sizes which allows data to be transmitted and processed faster on your computer, allowing games and downloading files to work much faster.
New version with several bug fixes and updated copyright to 2019.
Minor update to installer to fix issue with bundled components not installing correctly.
Recompiled software and rebuilt installer to stop false positive reports that the software has a virus.
Removed links to purchase software from avangate.
Update to address software piracy.
Minor update to add compatibility for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Minor update, last update caused a few bugs when using the updater feature with the new version if Innosetup.
Minor update to address problems with Windows 10 compatibility and application crashes.
Added fix for a bug under Windows 10 which caused the software to report it was corrupted, this was due to files being written to the temp file and not installing the software correctly during setup.
Updated to newer version of installer and fixed bug where updates were not installing correctly for certain users on Windows 8.
Minor update to prepare for Windows 10 compatibility.
Minor update to address the ongoing false positive warnings from AV software.
Made change to serial activation and update checking code in case of a change with the server ip address so it falls back onto the domain to find updates and validate serials.
Added fix where installer was showing the wrong version of Windows when installed on Windows 8.1 64bit.
Blocked several serial numbers that were purchased fraudulently and distributed on the internet.
Added list of pirated serials into the block list.
Fixed bug where users of previous installs it would show they last updated the software in the 1800 years. Should fix all known bugs with the installdate and updateddate.
Fixed another major bug with the update process that would not allow users to install updates and request they manually download and install the latest update.
Updated to newer version of installer, changed settings within installer that would cause an error during install process.
Updated code which handles serial number online checks, problem with how the serial was sent using the GET request and encoding of non-ascii characters.
Fixed problem with the trial date check routine, fixed minor bug with controls not lining up properly, and removed code which was no longer used to lower the file size.
Updated the TrialPay uninstall graphic to reflect updated icons and new marketing caption. Fixed minor typos within the license file and references to outdated support phone numbers.
Updated installer to new version to support Windows 8.1 features and correctly install and set permissions on files and with the registry.
Added fix for some serial numbers that would not work due to unicode characters in the customers name. Fixed bug during update process that would hang and cause the updater to not update the software correctly. Changed compression level on installer to prevent error messages of not enough disk space during extraction and installation.
Updated the Microsoft Authenticode signing certificate with new certificate which has a 3 year term, old certificate expired and is no longer valid.
Changed online serial validation to allow offline activation and reactivation for customers who have limited internet connectivity.
Added fix to the installer for Windows 8 users so multiple icons are not placed within the start screen and only the main software application icon is. Also added a more robust function to detect version of Windows being installed to.
New major release of GameBoost. Software has a completely new user-interface, new gaming and internet performance settings, software also now includes an automatic updater.
Added support for touch and gestures for touchscreen devices.
Fixed problem with the trial period, would not properly allow for full 30 day trial on a leap year.
Added error checking to fix bug which would cause software to crash on machines running on low resolution displays.