November 22, 2012 8:08PM PST
The program temporarily shuts down unnecessary applications and offers calibration options.
Razer has announced that its Razer Game Booster application is now available for the public in an open beta state.
The program allows gamers to temporarily shut down unnecessary applications, so that their computer resources can focus on just running games. The Razer Game Booster also offers simple options to tweak and defrag a user’s computer, as well as update old drivers. In addition, it allows users to create tutorials and record real-time audio and video as well as capture screenshots.
The software’s predecessor, the IObit Game Booster, was given a five-star rating by CNET and has been downloaded 1,463,120 times.
Gamers can download the Razer Game Booster app on this link and also on Razer’s official page.
By Jonathan Toyad, Associate Editor
Born and raised from a jungle-laden village in Sarawak, Malaysia, Jonathan Toyad has been playing games since the early 90s. He favors fighting games, RPGs, and rhythm titles above every other genre, and occasionally spaces out like Pavlov’s dog to video game music on his iPod.