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Vishal Shukla

REadyBoost is one of the very usefull feature that was introduced in Windows Vista. Recently I asked few of my colleagues and friends about this feature and only couple of them knew about it, so thought of adding a blog post on this one.

You can increase the performance of your machine by using a high speed USB flash drive to supplement your RAM. Upgrading RAM on a machine can be expensive plus the machines have their limitations on how much can you add more. Even though it won’t be same as upgrading RAM on the machine, it can be as fast as 10 times reading from physical disk.  You can go to MSDN to find out how you will configure your Vista  or Window 7 to take advantage of ReadyBoost.

Posted on Monday, July 13, 2009 7:22 PM | Back to top


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