Game Booster 3 Adds Diagnose Feature, Plays Nice With Steam [News]
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Game Booster 3 Adds Diagnose Feature, Plays Nice With Steam [News] gameboosterthumbSometimes, the gaming experience can be legitimately distorted by computer hiccups caused by background processes or problems with a game’s files structure. One solution that we’ve reviewed in the past is Game Booster Improve Your Video Game Performance With GameBooster 2 Improve Your Video Game Performance With GameBooster 2 Read More , which has just received an update to its third incarnation.

Diagnosing issues with your computer can now be done through a diagnose report, which is generated in the software and presents a list of parameters and potential issues. Alternatively, if you’re not keen on finding issues yourself, it could be a handy file to present to someone with more advanced knowledge.

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The rest of the new features are less complex. One important addition is the ability to detect Steam Steam Games Management and Online Store Gets A Redesign Steam Games Management and Online Store Gets A Redesign Read More games and add them to Game Booster’s “GameBox” launcher. I tested this functionality, and while users will still need to log into Steam, it is otherwise surprisingly smooth.  With Steam games now easy to launch, Game Booster makes a more competent argument for itself as a game launcher How To Turn Boxee Into The Ultimate ROM and Game Launcher How To Turn Boxee Into The Ultimate ROM and Game Launcher Read More than ever before.

There’s a wealth of other minor improvements, as well, including interface changes and bug fixes. As before, Game Booster 3 is available free from developer IObit. As I summarized in my full look at Game Booster 2, it’s the launcher functionality, not the performance improvement (though that is nice, as well), which is this program’s best feature.

Source: IObit

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  1. Steven Thomsen-Jones
    September 21, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    What is it about the game launching that you like so much? i use Steam to launch all my games, Steam installed or otherwise. I liked the service stop/start of Gamebooster to close the likes of Dropbox etc, I would have through that was the more important feature?

    • Matt Smith
      September 22, 2011 at 11:45 pm

      The service stop/start is cool. I'm just not sure of the performance impact being a game changer. I like the game launcher because it is quick, works with all titles, and works both offline and online. Personally I don't like Steam that much as a straight game launcher, I don't like logging in and I don't like dealing with the offer pop-ups. 

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    September 20, 2011 at 8:14 pm

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