Question about HP Media Center m1080n (PC099A#ABA) PC Desktop
The usual recommendation from Microsoft is Pagefile = RAM x 1.5.
That would mean a 6GB pagefile in your case, but this rule comes from a time when people had 256 or 512 MB of RAM.
The safest way to set it up is to let Windows handle the size of the page file.
If yo want to set it manually, the make the initial size the same amount as the maximum size. This results in one large file which is not affected by disk fragmentation.
If you want to read a little bit more, look at this article from Petri.
If you have any more questions, come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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