Version 4 Beta Program is Closed

By Andrey Zarudnev | April 21st, 2010 |

You may probably noticed that we have officially released version 4 two days ago on April 19th. This means that the Beta Program is now closed. However it does not mean that we are closing this Beta website and feedback forum. We really appreciate all your help and would like to thank you for your support. Please proceed to this page to receive your free license (you need to sign-in). Feel free to contact me by email in case of any issues.

Thank you.

Release Candidate Available

By Andrey Zarudnev | March 19th, 2010 |

After almost 7 months of public Beta testing we are coming really close to the version 4 release ETA March 26th, 2010.

Today we have published the last test build 553 which features a new time limited trial mode. In addition we are announcing a call for volunteer translators for the new version 4 to be localized.

New Registrations — Closed

By Andrey Zarudnev | February 19th, 2010 |

Thank you everyone who has registered for the version 4 beta program. We are afraid that registration is now closed, as we have reached the required number of testers and we are coming close to the release date.

Once again thank you for your support and apologies to those who have been unable to participate this time.

Happy Holidays from eBoostr

By Andrey Zarudnev | December 24th, 2009 |

Thank you eBoostr fans!

As we near the end of the year, we wanted to take a moment to thank you for the time, energy, commitment, and trust you’ve shared with us in 2009. We’re looking forward to working with you to build lasting success in 2010.

Holiday Offer

Use “2010” coupon code during the purchase to get 20% OFF any order. Feel free to share this promo with your friends, your blog readers or your favorite community. Offer is valid until January 15th, 2010.

Version 4 release date postponed to January

By Andrey Zarudnev | December 1st, 2009 |

The eBoostr version 4 release date, which was originally December 1st, 2009, is now estimated in late January, 2010.

We have decided to postpone the release of version 4 to ensure that it is free of bugs and stable with unmanaged memory operations. Current Beta version sometimes has issues with unmanaged memory detection and its use that may lead to system freezes and crashes.

Adding another month of Beta test will hit the middle of the holiday season, so we postpone the release to late January in order to have enough time to gather your feedback and reports as much as possible, as well as to better prepare for a global release on all local and partner websites.

New Extended Beta license

Please use the following license data to continue testing eBoostr version 4:



Thank you very much for all your valuable feedback and helping us to make the product better.

Version 4 Beta Program Period Extended

By Andrey Zarudnev | November 11th, 2009 |

As you may probably noticed we have extended the Beta Program for another month and it is now expected to end on December 1st. An additional month was added due to the new functionality featured that was not originally planned—automatic configuration wizard that will help you to detect all available devices and create a recommended cache configuration based on the device performance.

My Beta license already expired. What should I do?

Latest version 4 builds already has an extended Beta license valid till December 1st. If you were beta testing version 4 from the beginning then please update your license with the following data:

[ Please check for a new license data ]

Thank you very much for all your help in testing our new functionality.

P.S. Please stay tuned for a soon to be released new build with fixes of issues found in the automatic configuration.

Announcing Version 4 Beta

By Andrey Zarudnev | September 1st, 2009 |

We are pleased to announce the public beta of eBoostr version 4. The program is scheduled to run until November 1st. As usual the most active beta test members and bug reporters will receive a free license for the product.

What’s new in version 4?

Use hidden system memory for caching

Overcome Windows 32 bit limits and use your full amount of RAM

The main new feature of this version is an ability to directly use “unmanaged” system memory to cache you files. eBoostr overcomes Windows 32-bit system limitation and can utilize hidden memory above ~3.25 GB limit.

Redesigned cache configuration

Another major new feature is a complete cache configuration flow re-design. Now you can manage and configure all your cache devices, cache file sizes (including quick resize) with an easy one-step procedure.

Hidden memory available on a 8GB machine with Windows 7 system

More updates to follow

There are still some new functionality in development that will be featured in the next Beta version update releases, including:

  • optional cache contents encryption;
  • flash memory use speed improvements (especially USB flash drives and SSD);
  • and more…

We invite you to evaluate upcoming release of the new version 4