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|11th October 2011, 07:38||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Here’s Why Disabling the Windows Pagefile is Pointless
For years, Windows tweaking people have tried to convince everybody that if you disable the pagefile, you’ll get a big performance boost. One of our readers did a ton of testing to prove that this is not true.
Reader Eric did comprehensive testing using various test suites, boot and shutdown, and other testing to see whether disabling the page file break your system or give a performance boost.
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