How To Speed Up Windows Using ReadyBoost And USB Drive? Does It...

How To Speed Up Windows Using ReadyBoost And USB Drive? Does It Still Work?

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Microsoft first introduced the functionality to use an USB drive or SD card as a memory cache in Windows Vista in the form of a feature known as ReadyBoost. The feature was also inherited to Windows 7 and later, but with the ability to configure more than one USB drive for ReadyBoost.

Why ReadyBoost?

ReadyBoost was intended to supplement RAM in the case of slow hard drives. Almost a decade ago, when the feature was launched, the flash storage USB drives could offer a faster alternative when transferring data to and from the RAM.

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