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The Use of Vista ReadyBoost on Notebooks

Apr 4 2007, 6:00am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

The Use of Vista ReadyBoost on Notebooks
 
 

XYZ Computing takes a look on how to use Microsoft Windows Vista ReadyBoost feature optimally on Notebooks.

Quote:
" One of the best uses of ReadyBoost is on a notebook, where memory is expensive, sometimes hard to install, and there are not as many memory slots as on a desktop. ReadyBoost is not a replacement for additional system memory but it can help out, especially at times when your system could use more memory. The only problem with this is keeping a USB drive hanging out of the side of a laptop is a surefire way to create a problem- either by the drive catching on something and being ripped from the socket, the system being pulled to the ground after getting snagged on a passerby, maybe just getting left behind when moving your laptop from one place to another. Luckily there is solution."
Read the full report on XYZ Computing. See also our Windows Vista Model Candice.


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