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    It's NOT FAKE. It works perfectly even for other browsers that aren't preconfigured if you know how to use it. I followed the directions in the 2 YouTube tutorials. I use Avira Scout browser, which was using an enormous amount of memory as was Chrome, Firefox, and IE. Not anymore. Scout, which is based on Chrome is now using less than 20MB per process instead of 200MB. All 4 browsers are using much less memory now. My RAM level is 20% lower than it was. Before installing eMo, if I had the browser open all day and used lots of tabs, it kept eating up more and more RAM. It seems that the more RAM you have installed, the more memory these browsers use.

    Posted 02/23/2017
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    Program is TOTALLY FAKE., even its working method is not mentioned. The user guide contains so many errors and false explanations...No marked memory optimization... A good for nothing program...

    Posted 07/13/2015
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    Where is the developer you start a project get asked questions here and expect people to not notice that you have not replied on here what so ever? You want people to trust you and use your tools you need to be more proactive and the fact that your program is freeware but your against reverse engineering it? what are you hiding? why are you scared of that what is hidden in the code of your program that you do not want people to see? I got a feeling there's some sort of rat or trojan hidden that runs from the program directly why else would I pick up some sort of crypto when I scan this file and also edit the exe in notepad most cryptos like this are used to hide bad programs within exe's if your program is clean then prove it!!! I find it funny that there used to be a MoMo browser optimizer in your name then that all of a sudden disappears then this "emo" one pops up? Matter of fact I still have a copy of momo I think I have a date with softice tonight. btw whats with that email address? and the website that has a name very closely to that of a security product? that also raises red flags with me. I have been around the net for 20 years hung out with some of the most shadiest people you would ever meet on IRC and you I do not trust the most with a written rule that says no reverse engineering a freeware program......you have skeletons in your closet and I am going to find them.

    Posted 04/15/2015
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    How it works? It seems that it moves the memory from the RAM to the paging file ... pls confirm. However thwe PC iis faster.

    Posted 05/25/2014
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    How it works? It seems that it moves the memory from the RAM to the paging file ... pls confirm. However thwe PC iis faster.

    Posted 05/25/2014
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    Amazing result !

    Posted 02/25/2014
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    How it works? It looks like it's fake. 1/ FF's memory decreased from 1G to 40-50M but no changes in task manager's live diagram. 2/ When I renamed photoshop.exe to firefox.exe, your tool did the same for it as well.

    Posted 06/11/2013
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    Any plans for Mac Os ?

    Posted 05/06/2013

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