Video – How to use ReadyBoost in Windows 7 to enhance system performance

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Video – How to use ReadyBoost in Windows 7 to enhance system performance

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Added by October 26, 2011

In this WIN7 DrillBit™ Video, learn how to use ReadyBoost to enhance system performance.

ReadyBost is a Windows 7 feature that enables the use of external, solid state memory to enhance system performance. As an extension of SuperFetch services, ReadyBoost is particularly useful on systems with minimal installed memory, though can also enhance performance via more efficient memory preload on systems that exceed RAM minimums.

Learn how to enable ReadyBoost; system, media, and setting requirements; and optimal component preparations for your Windows 7 Operating System. Turn on ReadyBoost, evaluate the benefit on your system and then decide whether you wish to retain the feature or simply disable it.

Upcoming live Windows 7 training at Interface Technical Training:
50331: Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Support Technician
6292: Installing and Configuring Windows 7 Client
6294: Planning and Managing Windows 7 Desktop Deployment and Environments

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