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Ready Boost To Improve Windows 7 Speed

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

Beginning with the Vista operating system Microsoft began incorporating a special utility known as Ready Boost. This program allows a system running on Vista to use removable flash memory as additional memory space that is used as a super fast swap file.

In the same way that hard drive manufacturers are using flash memory in solid state hard drives, these super fast flash memory chips can be used to speed up computer response times by using the flash memory space as a highly effective data cache.

How Does Ready Boost Increase Performance?

By default, Vista uses the hard drive as cache space when it runs out of system RAM. Traditional hard drives are very fast but are limited by the amount of time it takes for the drive to physically find, read, and transmit the data to the computer’s CPU. When Ready Boost is active, the most often used bytes of data are stored as an encrypted file on the flash drive, allowing them to be recalled faster than if the data was being read from the hard drive.

What types of flash memory work with Ready Boost?

Not all types of flash memory are fast enough to provide the benefits that Ready Boost is intended to provide. Most typical thumb drives and digital photo storage cards have slower data transmission rates and thus negate any possible benefits from using them to cache information.

Still, There are a great number of devices from many different vendors that do work with the Ready Boost system. Devices that are Ready Boost capable should display the Ready Boost logo on the packaging or on the drive itself. If in doubt, a user can simply plug in a piece of flash memory and allow the system to perform an automatic check of the drive’s capabilities.

Hard Disk Data Recovery Software Review

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

It is become a stressful moment when we have an accidental deletion of file in our hard disk. Our important documents, favorite music files, family pictures are lost at a time. Maybe you ever thought that if you could turn back the time, you would be more aware to keep the files. But the problem is you cannot turn back the time. It is sometime also happens to me.

Until one time I thought “is there any tool to recover my data?”, then I search on the internet, and I found that Restore My Files Data Recovery can did it well for me. Here is a quick overview of the software.

1. Quickly Recover Files
It is no doubt that if the files are deleted from the recycle bin of your computer, you will never find or recover the files anymore. Actually, the missing files are still remains on the hard disk drive. Restore My Files can identify the files and allows you to recover them.

2. Operate Safely
This hard disk data recovery software is not a destructive software, which means that Restore My Files will never write or make any changes to the Hard Drive. So you never worry about the things that will damage your Hard Drive. It really operates safely.

3. Recover Multiple Files
With the batch file recovery feature, it allows you to recover the files at a time. It is great feature in case that you lost your files at a time then you are able to recover all the lost files in one action.

You are able to download the demo version which has restricted feature. The demo version only shows you the files that can be recovered but it does not recover them, and the full version do both.