[thelist] RAM M$ XP properties

Jeff Wilhelm thelist at summit7solutions.com
Tue Aug 3 07:58:13 CDT 2004

Those are pameters for the hard drive to work with. It's best if you set
those numbers to:

 - a fixed size
 - about 1.5 - 2x the amount of RAM you have
 - reside on the fastest drive on your system
 - for systems of more than 1GB of RAM I make that smaller, to force Windows
to more aggressively use the RAM


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Message from  at Tuesday, August 03, 2004 7:40 AM: 

> Hi All
> I have a quick question about RAM if I have a 512 ram and
> I go to my computer and propereties followed by advanced
> -> performance settings -> advanced there is a virual
> memory breakdown... does this have to be exactly the same
> as the physical ram memory or are these paremters for the
> harddrive to work with?     
> Andrew

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