Re: Performance gains in Virtual RAM?
The forum has been having problems. I don't know if it's on my end or not but there were major lag issues consistent throughout the week. I posted the first one and it hanged for a long time. I knew an error was going to occur. So I cleared out and went to Computerforums main page to see if it got posted. It didn't. So I posted it again. Again, it would hang for a just a little bit this time. After awhile, it shows up. It's like my first post was being buffered somewhere in a bottlenecked area. Next thing I know, I had two of them lol. Stupid delay. This forum is notorious for having problems and apparently, it's very error prone. That's more reason for David to revamp this old forum. I don't think I've ever had this much problem with the old theme.
but anyways, back on topic.....
Has anyone attempted this? I've got some intense programs already being used, but I still have tons of RAM available. If 32-bit Windows can support a max of 4GB anyways, wouldn't it be better not to have a swap file in the first place?
*Fact: Microsoft Window's Blue Screen of Death vs Computerforums.org's White Screen of Death. Which is worse?