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Old 19. Mar 2013, 01:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
Joe A.TT
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The truth is although I had toyed around with the idea of trying ReadyBoost on my PC, I never got around to it, and doubt I ever will. However, a quick search on this site turned up this article:
http://www.techsupportalert.com/make...run-faster.htm
The article is a bit old, but you may want to read the section headed Tuning for Performance.

Also, there's this site which tried to maintain a compatibility list for ReadyBoost, but it seems like interest has petered out. I can only hazard a guess that PCs are coming with more RAM installed than in the days this feature was first introduced, and it is possibly negating the need to use ReadyBoost. Also, perhaps people have taken more readily to installing RAM chips, than was the case in the past.
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