Quote: Originally Posted by yowanvista
... i think that was it. but after looking at the article and also this
one i'm not sure anymore if this will really help in my case.
it probably might speed things up a bit. (i already have a quite fast 10.000 rpm velociraptor HD)... but i am actually looking for a possibility to add up to the amount of "installed memory" which readyboost doesn't do from what i understand. But i think it might be worth the try.
if anyone can think of a possibility that might help in my case please let me know....
again, i must run several virtual machines parallel... for example 4 machines, each with let's say 3 gb ram (my current MB does not allow more than 8gigs). it's no problem to start the machines with the current configuration, but at some point there will be significant swapping and pausing of applications which must be avoided.