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Configuration ReadyBoost in Windows

Configuration ReadyBoost ___ By readyboost INTRODUCTION Windows ReadyBoost Is a new feature of windows Vista. ReadyBoost can use the storage space on some removable media devices such as USB flash drives. This helps you to enhance the speed of the computer. When you insert a device into the respective port, the AutoPlay dialog box appears quickly. It provides the option to speed up the system using windows ReadyBoost. You can select this option to allocate memory of the media you want to use for this purpose.  The Devices Supported for ReadyBoost are:-  USB 2.0 Flash Disk Secure Digital (SD)  cards Compact Flash Cards Certain Universal serial Bus (USB), Storage devices include slow as well as fast flash memories. However Windows use fast flash memory to speed up your computer.  The recommended amount of memory needed for ReadyBoost acceleration is triple the amount of RAM. If the capacity of the RAM of your computer is 512 MB and you plug in a 4GB USB flash drive, then set A-