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Windows 7: How to tell W7 that extra memory is for page file only

17 Mar 2011   #21
WebMattR

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
Btw: rather than adding more RAM, I would consider an SSD - or even better: a Revo drive.
I don't know enough about Revo Drive's to recommend them, but I would suggest either buying yourself and SSD or building a Raid Array (or RevoDrives). When disk access is heavy, then that's the avenue that ought to be explored.


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