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by Chris L — Jan 23
To answer Mike - Windows ReadyBoost is a cache of the system page file. It is supposed to help when you run out of RAM and start to have lots of page ins. The pages can be read from the flash memory instead of the hard disk. I can't find much hard evidence that it helps much. It seems to be intended for non-upgradeable systems that are stuck with 512 MB.
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