RAM Expert is a freeware utility that lets you find out details of your computers memory, like how much RAM your computer has installed, and how many RAM slots are available, and how many are free for upgrade. It also gives a lot of other details of RAM, which I will explain in the detailed review.
RAMExpert is useful for those who doesn’t know much about their PC’s or laptop’s hardware, especially the RAM (Random Access Memory). It displays general info like the number of memory slots on the motherboard, current memory available, and the maximum possible memory that your computer can take. You will also see how much slots are occupied, and how are available. It also displays the slot name like for example DIMM1 in my test PC, the manufacturer, Model, Type, and serial number of the RAM.
Clicking on the empty slot (if available) takes you to a amazon.com for shopping the RAM. Unfortunately, the results are not specific to your computer’s slot size, but rather a generic RAM search in Amazon’s Computers & Accessories.
A click on the PDF icon named Get Specification launches your default internet browser, and puts your RAM type automatically in the Google custom search.
The search results are good, you will probably see first result from PassMark website which are nice and detailed:
Since PassMark maintains a history of performance reports of competitive RAMs in market, you will see where your RAM is standing and its performance characteristics.
RAM Expert is 100% free, clean from virus, and doesn’t install any promotional software alongside. Since it launches custom Google search results, and webpages, you will see ads on that webpage only.
RAMExpert Review Summary
- User Interface
Version Reviewed: 188.8.131.52
RAM manufacturer data decoding
Access to manufacturer's specifications
Number of slots info
Opens up internet search results which shows ads
Amazon's search results page is generic, not model based
Developer's webpage: KC Softwares
Works with Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP