Speeding up the boot process with ReadyBoost


We can accelerate the startup of Windows Vista and launch applications quicker on Windows Vista using ReadyBoost.


FALSE (but somewhat true anyway)


This technology is still under development. It may even slow startup of Windows Vista. However the ReadyBoost speeds up some applications (like photoshop) but only a few seconds.

But note that: the SP1 (Service Pack) improves Windows Vista ReadyBoost a bit.
Published by jak58. Latest update on January 15, 2010 at 08:03 AM by jak58.
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