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Vista and Ready Boost

Question asked by 1-AF5LOB on Jun 25, 2008
Latest reply on Jun 26, 2008 by 1-AF5LOB

I have not made the move to Vista yet but my girlfriend's new laptop came with Vista. (I have spent far too much time trying to get the Sims 2 to work on the damn thing).

It seems like the ready boost feature improved loading times and the general performance of the system. I have no proof of this and I have only used word, excel and internet explorer but it seemed faster once I had set up ready boost.

"ReadyBoost is an operating system feature included with Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system. It aims to use flash memory, USB 2.0 drive, SD card, CompactFlash or any kind of portable massive flash storage as a drive for disk cache."

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Is any one running Vista with the Ready Boost feature and running Solidworks? If so does it improve Solidworks performance?