Tip & How-To about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Windows Vista has introduced a clever new caching system that can take
advantage of your existing high-speed storage devices (such as USB
Drives and Memory Cards). This should boost performance when performing
disk intensive tasks. Some flash memory devices are up to 100x faster
than a standard hard disk, so it makes sense to use these to cache
ReadyBoost works with SuperFetch to store information that can be accessed quickly from the cache on startup, rather than relying on slower reading from the hard disk.
There are several requirements that your flash memory device must meet to be used as a ReadyBoost device:
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