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Memory Management System

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PB Software, LLC.
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Memory Management System Description:

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What is MMS?

The Memory Management System (MMS) was developed with the commercial user in mind. Meaning, MMS was engineered to be running 24 hours a day 7 days a week with no user intervention needed. We have a version of MMS integrated into our commercial software called The Guardian. We at PB Software specialize in software that prevents long term software failures. We make the current software that you are running more reliable by monitoring applications and system resources and taking action. There are a lot of applications out today that need user input because the necessary intelligence needed to make informed decisions are not built in. MMS monitors the "Health" of your server or PCs memory, and makes quantified decisions based on your hardware and software needs. MMS is engineered to be installed and to forget about it.

What is Memory?

Memory is where your server or computer stores the information while it is running. The system memory is the place where the computer holds current programs and data that are in use. The amount of memory you have is an important contributing factor to overall performance. In many ways, it is more important than the processor, because insufficient memory can cause a processor to work at 50% or even more below its performance potential. This is an important piece of information that is often overlooked when evaluating the performance of computer systems.

Hard disks are almost a hundred times slower than memory and this is one of the reasons why it is important to have MMS installed, to continuously recover memory that is lost over time.

Do I need MMS if I have a powerful computer?

If you have a powerful computer running any amount of applications the answer is definitely!

There is a misconception out there that usually sounds like this, if I have a lot of free memory then my computer will run faster. This is only if your computer does not ru...

Operating System Support: Win/95/98/XP/Win 2000/NT


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