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That's absolutely false. In fact, in would most likely hurt performance by turning it off. Some programs actually require the page file to run properly no matter how much RAM you have installed. You could move the page file to be located on a separate physical hard drive than the one your Windows 7 is installed on for some better performance though.
Virtual Memory Paging File - Change - Vista Forums
Here are some safer ways to help improve the performance of Windows 7 instead.
Optimize Windows 7
Hope this helps,
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