Speed ​​up Windows Performance With ReadyBoost

Want your Windows faster in a way that is not complicated? 

Easy, just prepare a USB Flash Disk to be used by ReadyBoost. Readyboost is a feature in Windows Vista and Windows 7 that aims to turn your USB Flash Disk into additional memory. Of course this method is very practical and economical, because we know that the price of the USB Flash Disk is now very cheap.

This method can be an alternative if you do not have more funds to buy an internalmemory of the laptop or PC. How it works can be read below.

  • Plug the USB Flash Disk. Usually the Autoplay window will appear as follows. Click Speed up my system.

  • If after plugging in the USB Flash Disk Autoplay window does not appear as abovethen open Windows Explorer, then right-click on the USB Flash Disk Drive and click Properties.

  • On the ReadyBoost tab, select Use this device, and then click Apply. If you have click OK.

  • USB Flash Drive you were ready to serve as additional memory.

Especially for users of  Windows 7, you can plug even up to 8 USB Flash Disk at onceto use ReadyBoost (up to 256G additional memory). I myself use a USB Flash Drive 4G for this purpose and the results are felt especially when running heavy applications like Photoshop, Lightroom, or games. Happy Trying 😀

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Posted on 7 January 2012, in Tips N Trick and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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