October 11, 2009

How Does ReadyBoost Work?

Solid state memory (what your USB drive uses) has excellent transfer speeds; therefore, it can be used to store and access data that is needed quickly. Windows 7 ReadyBoost uses the USB thumb drive as an extra cache between the processor and the hard disk. Unlike RAM, the data is stored on your thumb drive and can be used next time you use your computer—a great time saver if you use many different programs and run many of them simultaneously.

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