Jesper M. Christensen

SharePoint and Security

Windows Vista Readyboost

The new ReadyBoost-feature in Windows Vista give you the possibility to add more performance to your system with an USB memory-stick. When the autorun-window pops up simply choose ReadyBoost (if you have turned it off, right-click the USB drive in Windows Explorer, Click Properties and activate the ReadyBoost.
Pay attention to the performance on your USB-stick as some is actually too slow for this feature. Windows Vista makes a performance test, bu sometimes this doesn’t give you the speed you want.
Read this article for more information and test-results for USB-sticks: USB Flash Memory for Windows Vista ReadyBoost

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