If you’re running Windows7 with lower memory (RAM) so this may be the best way to speed up programs with Windows RedyBoost and Virtual Memory.still this is useless for those who have enough memory to run but a little knowledge you would like.
This is very simple thing,
- Insert a Flash Drive (also known as thumbdrive and pendrive,this won’t be working with Portable HDDs)
- It may open an Autoplay where is an option “Speed up my system”(RedyBoost) or you can get it from the Drive’s Properties ->RedyBoost
- Select the amount of the storage you want to use for the ReadyBoost.This will be used by the windows as cache memory which makes your windows faster.
You’re done.Now the windows would store some cache on the drive.
It wasn’t the real kind of geek,it’s an inbuilt function of the Windows but the next one is the real part.
Now another way to speed up by increasing virtual memory,
- Go to System Properties -> Advanced System Setting ->Setting (in performance)->Advanced (tab) -> Change (in Virtual Memory)
- Uncheck the Automatically manage……… then select any drive other then the C (where you’ve installed the windows.Go for Custom size and select a size to make current allowed size near to recommended size or use the system managed size.
Make sure you have made a Restore point before doing this because this is not recombination by the windows so be alert before doing this.
We have another post on speeding computer @Pc starting slow? Boot up Windows xp/vista/7 faster. . I’m done for now,more TiPs for next time Bye