Windows Vista is that new darling of every IT guy and his mom. Now, among Vista’s new whistles is that highly buzzed “Ready Boost technology”
Here’s my take on it.
ReadyBoost:What it Is
Instead of shelling out for extra RAM, can give your WinVista machine akick by using a USB flash drive. A Vista feature called ReadyBoost lets your processor use free memory on a USB flash drive to augment RAM. You’ll want, at a minimum, a drive that has 256MB of free space and can read data at 2.5 megabits per second and write data at 1.5 mbps. Now for stellar performance, the drive must have 500MB of space and read/write speeds of 5 mbps/3 mbps.
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