Speed Up Your Game with Game Booster

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Matthew Sabia is back with a screencast showing off a free program from IObit called Game Booster. This little solution can help speed up the response rate of your favorite games with just a few clicks of your mouse.

It works by updating hardware drivers, downloading essential gaming tools, tweaking system settings for gaming, defragmenting game directories, temporarily shutting down background processes, cleaning RAM, and intensifying processor performance.

Even just a few extra frames can make a big difference in your gaming experience. CNET recommends this program, as does Lifehacker. Game Booster really does make a difference, so why not give it a try?

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  1. Matthew Sabia might want to update his video of GameBooster. There is a GameBooster 2 out now with a much different screen and new offerings. Both do the same job, but GB2 does things I’m still learning about.

    When I first purchased my new PC, I thought it had all the bells and whistles but learned that I needed much more RAM. My prior PC did well with 2Gigs but it was running WinXP while my new computer has Win7 which eats up about half of my 2Gigs leaving very little room to play games. However, using GameBooster, it is helping until I can my hardware updates installed.

    The short and long of it — GameBooster is an awesome little program. Easy to install and very easy to operate and it truly is an invaluable little tool for gamers.

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