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Normally a computer stores data on its hard drive. When it needs to access this data it searches the hard drive in sequence until that data is found. This inefficient process can create unnecessary delays in loading programs. Even if this data is accessed frequently the computer must still searc h through unnecessary data until it is found. eBoostr eliminates excessive loading times b y avoiding this difficult process altogether. Unlike registry cleaners, eBoostr uses your c omputer s hardware to improve performance. Rather than search through data eBoostr will cr eate an intelligent buffer on solid state memory your computer can access quickly and ea sily. Installation instructions: Run the eBoostr4_final_b554.exe setup file. Stop at the last page where it asks to restart your computer. Switch to a file manager and replace eBo ostrCP.exe file in c:\Program Files\eBoostr\ or c:\Program Files(x86)\eBoostr\ on x64 archi tecture with the file included in the patched_exe directory. Then finish the setup by rebooting your computer and you' re done! Guaranteed no spyware/trojan/adware/virus. Installation file (trial) was downloaded from vendor's site at: http://eboostr.c om/ If You don't trust files in this torrent, you can download setup file yourself. It must be build 554 or else replacing the exe might not work or it may produce unexpected errors. eBoostrCP.exe pathed exe has only one byte change. You can check this by e.g. "C ompare By Content..." function in Total commander or similar software, which can show differences betw een binary files. If the file has different size or more than 1 byte change, then it was probably altered by someone else trying to trick you to install malicious code. Patched exe behaves as if there were no license file check at the start of the p rogram. This works quite well for me. I've tested clean install on WinXP Pro SP3 with success. Sometimes it happens to me, that caching stops working and the program shows Paused. This probably happens becaus e of some internal timer which measures how long the program runs (happens to me after few days not resta rting my laptop doing only sleep or hibernation). Functionality can be restored by restarting the OS. I mig ht have check this later.