Windows ReadyBoost- Interesting concept
I popped in my USB flash drive today to upload some songs for my friends downstairs and saw an option: "Speed up my system using Windows ReadyBoost."
Apparently you can go ahead and use your USB flash drive as actual RAM on your computer. If you need a quick boost for a game or just don't really feel like upgrading the RAM on your computer, this seems like a cool little thing to do.
That said, I'm gonna try it for the first time right now. I'm not expecting any performance gains since my system isn't really in NEED of a ram boost.
Has anyone used this before? Any opinions? Pros/cons? I'm looking forward to hearing from you all.
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