Thursday, July 27, 2006

Flash drive aims to improve Vista performance

A flash (ideally hybrid) drive is high on the requirements list for my next PC: 

When combined with Windows Vista's new underlying SuperFetch memory-management technology, Microsoft's ReadyBoost delivers application performance improvements by automatically loading in flash memory the applications you use most often. SuperFetch keeps track of the apps you use most frequently, and is even date aware, recognizing the difference between business days and weekends.

Source: Flash drive aims to improve Vista performance

1 comment:

borisz said...

Well since windows vista have big requirements and most of computer users do not have powerful computers we definitely need to improve windows vista performances with something