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Game Fire is a games accelerating solution, that enables you to enjoy a smoother and more pleasant gaming experience with a touch of button. It optimizes your computer for peak performance level.
Game Fire works by turning off unneeded Windows features, defraging system memory, optimizing Windows scheduled tasks, closing unneeded applications, defraging games files and applying several system tweaks.
Beside improving system performance and reliability, Game Fire enhances your gaming experience by enabling you to organize and manage your favorite games whatever local or online games in one centralized place, this place is called My Games, where you can manage, launch, defrag and search cheats for your favorite games.
Game Fire has a compact, simple and customizable user interface that enables you to do much with less steps, making Game Fire not only suitable for beginners who have no or little technical knowledge but also for advanced users as well.
One time purchase (perpetual license)
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"The one exception is in the case where binaries are distributed without the corresponding complete source code. Those who do this are required by the GNU GPL to provide source code on subsequent request. Without a limit on the fee for the source code, they would be able set a fee too large for anyone to pay—such as a billion dollars—and thus pretend to release source code while in truth concealing it. So in this case we have to limit the fee for source in order to ensure the user's freedom. In ordinary situations, however, there is no such justification for limiting distribution fees, so we do not limit them."
From the Game Fire website: "You can get the source code of the latest version of Game Fire with additional features like professional support and high priority updates by purchasing Game Fire Pro."
Explain to me, then, just how in the heck Game Fire is compliant with GNU GPL version 3 as implied on their website?
I was wondering about this too.
You can download the latest version of Game Fire source code for free from CodePlex https://gamefire.codeplex.com/