I am not aware of anything coming from that.
Not really; it's just that there isn't that much improvement to be made. If you have ideas, I can try to implement them. A couple ideas presented earlier go beyond my programming knowledge.
Ever since windows Vista, windows has a caching feature that stores stuff you've accessed recently in to RAM, so when you launch the program again, it loads it from the RAM instead of the HDD/SSD. It sounds like this program is allowing you to load your whole game folder into that cache, so when you launch the game, it's loading everything from the RAM cache, instead of from disk.Originally Posted by Stige
Wait, did I just find a reason to have more than 8GB of RAM in your system? How does this thing work? It somehow puts your game into RAM without a ramdisk or what exactly?
What is this cache people speak of? Windows cache? How does it work?