Xfire?

Sakotius

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So i've been thinking about downloading xfire. Now i hear it is extremely useful but at the same time i would need to stop a process from use-on-startup. Do you think it's worth the ram if i am going to start using my PC based computer games again?
 

InsaneMatt

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Xfire doesn't use much resources at all, and doesn't start with Windows unless you state it to!

It's quite a useful program as it allows you to take Video footage and screenshots of your games, and also keeps track of how much time you've spent on a game in the last 7 days, and "of all time".
I personally started using Xfire so I could follow my mates into servers on Battlefield 2.
 

Calibra

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Im going to download Xfire today
mainly because of Counter Strike 1.6, Warrock, Wolfteam and Metin 2
 
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