Another thing you can try that may or may not help, is to make a memory dump shortcut. What it will do is release any used memory from any idle processes that may be running. It is sort of a band-aid for slower systems but it might help some.
to make one...
1. right-click on your desktop and click "new"
2. then click "shortcut"
3. Next a dialog box will come up asking for a location. Type "%windir%\system32\rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks" (leave the quotes out).
4. Click "next" and name your shortcut. For example I name mine Memory Dump.
5. Click "finish" and a new Icon should be on your desktop with the name you gave it.
As a side note you can change that icon's appearance to suit your tastes.
From there whenever you think things are getting sluggish, you can click that icon and the computer will clear the memory from all the idle processes running on the pc hopefully freeing up a little ram that RideRunner can put to use.