Using Flash Drive/USB As RAM In Windows Vista

21/06/2011 12:23

 

Using Flash Drive/USB As RAM In Windows Vista

 
Generally Windows Vista has launched a latest feature "Ready Boost" which enables users to enhance their RAM(Random Access Memory) using a USB/Flash Drive which works as a memory supplement of the system. 

Note:- 
  • This tip will only work on Window Vista Operting System.
  • Use 2GB or more USB/Flash Drive(Recommended).
Instructions:-
  •  First plug-in your Flash drive/USB in your USB port.
  •  Now open "My Computer" and right click on the USB    Drive and click on "Properties"
  • Look for the tab "ReadyBoost" and click on it.
  •  Finally enable the option "Flash drive as RAM" and manage the size you want to use as RAM.
 That's all.Close all programs and restart your computer to take effect.