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?°? SOFTWARE NAME : RamDisk Plus v18.104.22.168 Desktop
?°? PROTECTiON : SERiAL ? CRACKER : TEAM Z.W.T
?°? RELEASE TYPE : KEYGEN ? SUPPLiER : TEAM Z.W.T
?°? RELEASE DATE : 2008-09-03 ? PACKER : TEAM Z.W.T
?°? LANGUAGE : ENGLiSH ? SiZE : 2 x 5.00MB
?°? FORMAT : ZIP/RAR ? ZiP NAME : zrdp903*.zip
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?°? COMPANY : SuperSpeed
?°? PLATFORM : WiNALL
?°? SOFTWARE TYPE : UTiLiTY
?°? URL : http://www.superspeed.com
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Both use our patent-pending memory management (up to 512 GB) to create a
virtual disk out of RAM. The RAM disk appears like a physical hard disk to
the operating system and programs. You choose its size (depending on the
amount of RAM in your system), drive letter, and file system. You can copy,
move and delete files on it. Like a physical disk, a RAM disk can also be
shared so as to be accessed by other computers on a network.
The most important difference between a RAM disk and a hard disk is access
speed. The time taken for a hard disk to move its magnetic heads over the
spinning disks (much like the arm moving over old vinyl record player) is
typically measured in milliseconds (thousandths of a second). Whereas a RAM
disk does not have mechanical parts and its access speed is typically
measured in nanoseconds (billionths of a second). Access to a RAM disk may
be 50 times faster or more than to a hard drive.
RamDisk supports a single RAM disk with no backup capability.
RamDisk Plus adds multiple disk support, system page file support, and a
versatile disk image backup and restore facility. You can manually save the
RAM disk s contents to an image file, or have the contents saved
automatically when the computer is shutdown. This feature ensures that
service and application data stored on the RAM disk can be preserved
between system restarts. During the subsequent system start-up, the disk's
image is automatically loaded. A "live" RAM disk image may be backed up
even with open handles to the volume. A RAM disk viewer lets you load image
files as read-only devices.
Memory above 4GB can be used on OS-limited platforms. Virtual disks and
removable disks are supported. Disks can be created with partition tables
or without. RamDisk 9.0 and RamDisk Plus 9.0 can create partitionable RAM
disks, which are supported by Volume Managment software. Windows' MMC disk
managment snap-in recognizes and manages partitionable RAM disks. They are
also compatible with other software such as Partition Magic and Veritas
Volume Manager. RamDisk Plus 9.0 also can create and configure
non-partitionable RAM disks, which are compatible with RAM disks created by
RamDisk and RamDisk Plus version 8.0. RAM disks can be zeroed out upon
removal and the disk image file can be preserved upon removal. A new
licensing mechanism binds the software to the machine name rather than a