Ever consider using this program for DJing?
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    Hey Guys,

    I was wondering if any of you have heard of Gamebooster by IObit. It's a free software and it's supposed to speed up your games by ending processes, defragging certain folders, switching your power plan and increasing computer performance overall with the click (or slide) of a button. I've been using it when playing games but I just realized it could also be useful for DJing and helping to keep the system running with minimal processes. Here's the link if anybody is interested: http://www.iobit.com/gamebooster.html

    My question is...Based on what it can do, Do you think this would be a useful tool? So far I've used it and it seems to work pretty well even if I'm not running a game. Any opinions on it would be great. Also, if you have a better suggestion, I'd like to know.

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    yep we already talked about that one. just use the search function
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    reminds me of system mechanic, from when I was using pc's
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesC View Post
    reminds me of system mechanic, from when I was using pc's
    and i still regret that i bought that shitty vaio laptop last year!
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    i dont use gamebooster for djing, however i so use it while djing. well, actually i have it running most of the time regardless of what im doing
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    Hahaha Theory you the man ...

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    Ahh looks like that option has already been explored. I have to reformat my computer since it's getting really messy with all kinds of random files here and there. Not sure whether I should go the windows route (Vista. fml) or OSX Leopard. If I go the PC route looks like I'll be using gamebooster a lot more. Recently downloaded the final version and replaced my beta only to find out that you have to pay for the other options that were originally part of beta.

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    yeah. i kicked myself in the ass for that... *sigh*

    the funny part is that i procrastinated the update for about a week
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    I've used it about 6 months or so. The new version has some features diasabled but thats no biggy, bloody handy tool esp for windows users.
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