Quote: Originally Posted by swarfega
I would caution against removing superfetch in windows 7. I looks to be more closely integrated than in previous versions.
Nothing here say to remove superfetch.
The link show the opposite: keep Superfetch ON!
-in the first days, my system used about 1,8 gb of ram, now it is at 1,4 gb without having changed something
The system (via superfetch and other mecanism) can adapt itself to your usage.
When you use your computer the system analyse what you done, which software you use, when you use them.
Superfetch is able to make the difference between software most used on the week and those used on the Week-end, in example.
So dont worry, the memory usage is totally dynamic and will vary all over the time