Using PenDrive as RAM(VISTA only) - My Tutorial

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    Krazzy Warrior "Aal Izz Well"

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    Using PenDrive as RAM VISTA only - My Tutorial

    Windows Vista has a new feature called ReadyBoost. This feature enable to make use of ur pendrive as RAM, thus speeding up ur PC performance...!!


    This is how u can use ReadyBoost:
    1. Plug in your PenDrive.
    2. Open Computer
    3. Right-click on the removable storage device and select Properties.
    4. Click on the ReadyBoost tab.
    5. Select "Use This Device" and "set the amount of space u want to use as RAM"
    6. Click OK.
    7. Done Hurray!!

    My brother even told me that there is a software in Windows XP which can be used to do the samething! Dont know the name of the software :D:lol:

    Source:- Krazzy Warrior's Mistake (Lol i got this stuff by mistake..!! Thought of sharing!)
     
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    The name of the Software is Ebooster
    Go here for more info
    http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/showthread.php?t=118732

    BTW You're saying "I got this stuff by mistake"
    FROM WHERE?
    That's The Source!
     
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    Krazzy Warrior

    Krazzy Warrior "Aal Izz Well"

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    I mean i was seeing the free space available in PenDrive and by mistake i clicked ReadyBooooost!! and got this stuff!


    thxxxxx

    Edit#1:-
    BTW whats the need to QUOTING whole message u can just type ^^^...
     
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    Quoting is better as most people new to forums dont know the meaning of ^^
     
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