Interesting find. If it works as advertised, it might mean I don't really have to do any "power tweaking" to my system anymore. I usually disable a ton of services and background apps by default, but it does cost me some functionality at times. It would be nice to have an app that can do that kind of stuff on demand.
So it just shuts down your least important services and background apps for gaming? That's usually how it works.
After using it a bit, that's exactly what it does. By default it seems to pick on the obvious Windows services, like automatic updates, secondary logon, error reporting service, etc. and disables them, but it also scans for additional apps you have running and suggests disabling them. For example, on my system it found the Java Update Service (which I didn't even realize was running), Lightscribe Control Panel, Logitech SetPoint and a component of my anti-virus software. My system was already partially customized on running services, so it only managed to free up about 50 MB of RAM, but on systems with Windows default configuration it appears it could easily find a lot more to free up.
This is a pretty handy app to have, definitely worth a try. Thanks for pointing it out Falci!