RAMDisk is the right product for you if you have a disk I/O bound application that is small enough to fit in main memory. RAMDisk is also great for storing frequently accessed data such as temp files, page files and database index files. RAMDisk is a kernel-level driver that presents a standard disk drive to the OS, however, it stores and retrieves data from the system RAM on your motherboard instead of an actual, physical disk. Along with the Kernel Driver is a GUI that talks to the driver and allows the user to set various options as well as start and stop the Driver (create or delete a RAMDisk).
RAMDisk is Freeware (up to 4 GB disk size). Disks larger than 4GB require registration and a license.
Reviewing 3.5.130R17 (Jan 7, 2011)
For 32 bit OS I'd recommend Romex's VSuite over this one which works fine on my 64 bit OS.
Reviewing 3.5.130 RC14 (Dec 3, 2010)
Working perfect for me without any error on win7 no restart no freeze no crash 100% safe install and uninstall, I always create any size ramdisk daily or hourly when I want working faster with big file eg 500MB to 1,5GB as usually. Iv use the free version. Just type the disk size what you want and push start button and if you not need use anymore just simple uninstall from memory. Incredible speed harddisk in memory. This is the best tool that I ever seen for computers.
Reviewing 3.5.130 RC14 (Nov 15, 2010)
Very good program ! But my Win 7 hangs during shutdown because of thus app, so only 2 stars.
Reviewing 3.5.130 RC14 (Nov 14, 2010)
Free for less than 4GB raldisk, very usefull. I don't know if this one (I know other ramdisks) can use the memory hole between 3/4GB on 32Bits Windows version.
Very usefull when you have an app that need hudge/fast file access on a special file that you may be able to move to ramdisk.
Also usefull for app developpers to check how fast their program can be and if disk access is a big bottleneck or not.
Reviewing 3.5.130 RC14 (Nov 12, 2010)
I once tried it a few days ago, and it always makes your system hang at the System Shutdown sequence.
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