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Old 15th October 2005, 01:24   #1
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Howto speed up your system with a RAMdisk

Our last article 2048 MT RAM - sense or nonsense struck considerable waves. Its result "still 2 GB RAM are not necessary for the majority of the users" (with the restriction Battlefield 2 & CO.) released with all that displeasure, which had invested in 2 GB RAM. But we remain thereby: with the exception of user, which use absolute Speicherfresser (and here BF2 is naturally only one example; also World OF Warcraft belonged likewise to it, like various VMWare of operational areas), is not necessarily 2 GB RAM.

Or nevertheless? There is a possibility of using as many as desired main memory meaningfully even if one must not have 10 VMware meetings at the same time to the WoW addicted ones heard or on its computer openly. But how? We saw that even Windows does not fill the available RAM rigoros with cache. Even with InterNet Explorer, Outlook, Word, Excel, ICQ, virus scanner and the file system Cache Windows occupies rarely more than 800 MT. What thus with the remaining 200 MT (with 1 GB RAM) or 1200 MT (with 2 GB RAM) employ? The answer to this question could read ' RAM disk '. However a RAM disk does not make in every case for sense and it is also some at administration expenditure necessary, in order to use a RAM disk meaningfully. But if one uses it meaningfully, then "the Punk goes" as one says so beautifully off. We show today, what a RAM disk is at all, where its pro and cons lie, how one uses it meaningfully and one should let which remain better. Much pleasure during the reading.

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