Is ReadyBoost on a 4 GB RAM laptop useful?

sling-shot

Wise Old Owl
I have a mini laptop with 4 GB soldered RAM. Presently I am not in a position to put in an SSD.

Just remembered about ReadyBoost. If there is a USB 3 port and USB 3 flash stick, is it useful to use it that way? Or will using an SD card be better?
 

mastercool8695

Cyborg Agent
In case you're planning to optimize windows instead of installing a linux distribution (mint/Ubuntu/...), which is a good way to use a less powerful system:

Here's a powershell script with gui:


For more help regarding using this script, there are youtube videos that explain. I came across this via Jayztwocents' on youtube.

P.S. the script does remove many things. You might be planning to use some of them. It's a good idea to first modify the Blacklist according to your usage before actually debloating.

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