Add Vista system memory cheaper and easier way




Adding system memory is one the best way to improve PC's performance, since more memory means more applications are ready to run without accessing the hard drive. However, upgrading memory can be difficult and costly, and some machines have limited memory expansion capabilities, making it impossible to add RAM. Then there is an easier and cheaper alternative to do with this matter.

What is Ready Boost?


Ready Boost is a new feature in Windows Vista that lets a users use a removable flash memory device, such as a USB thumb drive, to improve system performance without opening the computer case. It is a new concept in adding memory to a system. Windows Ready Boost helps in improving system performance because it can retrieve data kept on the flash memory more quickly. So instead of getting data from the hard disk which is slow, the data comes from the thumb drive which uses flash memory. You can use non-volatile flash memory, such as that on a universal serial bus (USB) flash drive, to improve performance without having to add additional physical memory.


How do you use Ready Boost?

It’s simple. Plug in the USB thumb drive and an auto play window comes up and you just select “Speed up my system using ReadyBoost.” That’s it. Ready Boost is going to be an easy way to increase performance on a Vista system without having to crack open the case and adding more physical RAM. It will also eliminate the problem of RAM you ordered not be the correct type for your system or when there is a RAM limit on some machines.

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