I've got an older Dell Inspiron laptop that has only 512mg ram.
I swapped out the mechanical hard drive for an SSD. It's made a huge difference in running Windows 7.
I partitioned the drive into a System and Data drive and Windows 7 said I could use it for Readyboost. Since I only have 512mg ram, I gave it the go ahead.
My question is that will I see any performance issues since I'm using the SSD as a Readyboost device? My initial thought is no, since its much faster than any hard drive and almost as good as using ram.
Any other thoughts?