I use windows 7 system for a few days, and I want to identify USB drive performance, and to find out whether the device can actually speed up the system, so I want to know how to use ReadyBoost performance.
- Click "Start" button, and type "performance monitor" in the search box, then press Enter.
- Click on the "Performance Monitor" on the left pan.
- Click the "Add" button.
- Choose "ReadyBoost Cache" from the available counters, and click "Add".
- Now, you have checked ReadyBoost performance.
ReadyBoost is a new concept in adding memory to a system to improve.It's easy to use Windows ReadyBoost.You can use non-volatile flash memory, such as that on a universal serial bus (USB) flash drive.
Windows Vista includes a new feature called ReadyBoost that lets you plug in a flash memory stick or SD card to store commonly used files for quicker access than off the hard drive.I will show you how to speed up Vista with Readyboost.
Readyboost is one of Windows Vista New Features.It could Boost your windows system by using Flash Drive or other USB Storage device. But the precondition of Use Flash Drive for ReadyBoost in Vista is that your Device must support it,you could know them from your device manual.
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