WMC – Windows Memory Cleaner –  is a tool to clean memory on the Windows operating system, a free memory cleaner.

Windows Memory Cleaner GUI Screen
Windows Memory Cleaner GUI Screen


Windows Memory Cleaner CLI Screen
Windows Memory Cleaner CLI Screen


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WMC is developed mainly to run on Windows 10 as a Windows 10 Memory Cleaner tool.

Why memory cleaner:

When using the operating system, opening applications, surfing the internet, etc. Each one of those activities requires the system to allocate memory for the work to be done. Each process that runs in the system has its own memory, with time and usage it consumes more memory from the system. It will free some of the un usage memory with time, but sometimes not all the memory that can be free is free by the process. This is where WMC coming for help. It will locate the memory that can be cleaned in the system and clean it for you.

Do you feel sometimes that your system is starting to run slow? Does it require you to reboot the system for it to run smoothly again? if so why not give a chance to WMC let it clean your system memory whenever it reaches more than 80% as an example. It will do it automatically once you press the activate button.

Another option is to download one of the command-line versions of WMC and run it each time you are feeling that your system starting to become slow.

Please keep in mind that there may be other stuff that can slow your system, but freeing some memory might help.

Windows Memory Cleaner (WMC) the GUI version features:

  • System memory information:
    • Total physical memory
    • Free physical memory
    • Total paging file
    • Free paging file
    • Total virtual memory
    • Free virtual memory
  • Memory cleaner statistics:
    • Last Run Time
    • Last Memory Clean
    • Total Memory Clean
  • Current Memory Usage in Percentage(%)
  • Memory watcher:
    • Give you the option to set on what percentage run the cleaner
    • Run in tray
    • Start when the system starts.
  • Open the Task Manager.

More information about windows memory can be found on the following links:

The tool was tested on:

  • Windows 10.


* The older version can be found on the change log page