If your computer has more than enough RAM installed, you may consider creating a new Virtual Drive inside your Windows that runs purely from your spare RAM, aka a RAM Disk. The performance benefit could surprise you. The terminology is nothing
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FancyCache, as its name implies, is a fancy software based cache scheme that utilizes the system memory to provide Windows another layer of data caching system. It improves your system performance by transparently storing data into memory so that the
If your computer is running poorly lately, have you ever wondered that maybe it’s your hard drive slowing down the whole performance of your computer? When you are building up a computer by yourself and you have a few hard
Reboot is arguably one of the best answer to a lot of problems on Windows based computers. It’s so easy to do but we all leave it as the last resort to try out. Why? Because rebooting a computer sucks.
Windows 7 is meant to be fast, right from booting up all the way to shutting down. If you experience some kind of the slowness during the boot up on your new fast decent hardware, it probably means there are
Along with the new Windows 7, Microsoft has also updated their Windows Experience Index for the Windows 7. WEI was introduced in Vista. At the time, it was a popular way to benchmark and compare computers. Though, the number can’t
Windows 7 introduced a number of new diagnostic tools in Control Panel, Check for performance issues is one of them. Let’s take a quick look. To launch the new introduced Wizard that checks for performance issues, open Control Panel, and