Adding memory (RAM) is one of the best ways to improve performance. But memory is not cheap, and practiced hard for a novice user. In Windows Vista was known by the name of ReadyBoost, a concept of adding more memory without using RAM chips. You can use flash memory like USB flash disk and memory card (MC).
You are not a Vista user? You are still using XP? Do not worry, you can still use the ReadyBoost feature in Windows XP.
To improve the performance in XP by using the extra flash disk just like in Vista, you can use eBoostr. This application is able to work with the four devices at once up to 4 GB per device.
I’ll explain a bit, the way its user ..
- Install EBoostr as usual, run of his crack and restart your computer
- After the restart, eBoostr will automatically activated. In the window select yes
- Select the device that will be used as cache, in this case, of course, your flash disk or MC (in a state attached to the computer equipment). Then specify the cache capacity is also desideratum
- Wait a minute until a window comes up “Do you want to build the cache files on the device now?” select yes, then wait until the process is complete
If the process above is completed then in a flash disk or MC you have a file of size in great big size (in accordance with the charging amount of cache at the beginning), so you do not be surprised, and this file is hidden / hidden. Flash disk or MC who used to eBosstr, can still be used to store other files as long as it has the elbow room.
To add more RAM on your computer, you only live to plug the flash disk to a computer or MC who has been installed eBoostr.