Smoothing out your experiences with Vista

Subject: Memory | October 24, 2007 - 05:26 PM |
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Tech Spot has put together a guide on tweaking memory settings in Vista.  They take you on a guided tour of the registry, and the keys that can be altered to get Vista running a bit better.  They don't limit the tweaks to the memory subsystem either, you will see ways to change your page file and the way your HDDs work.

"With every release of a new operating system come new demands and Windows Vista is by large no exception to this

rule.

There are several relevant components to the Windows memory subsystem. In this guide we will put special emphasis

on the hard drive, processor and RAM, taking you through a variety of settings to optimally configure these and

hopefully end up with an overall smoother running system."

Here are some more Memory articles from around the web:

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Source: Tech Spot
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