USB stick gives Vista an instant speed boost

If your system has slowed down because you are working on a very large PowerPoint or Photoshop file, an extra boost in memory is likely to help improve system performance. This video demonstrates how a feature called ReadyBoost allows a standard USB stick to temporarily increase Vista's performance.

If your system has slowed down because you are working on a very large PowerPoint or Photoshop file, an extra boost in memory is likely to help improve system performance. This video demonstrates how a feature called ReadyBoost allows a standard USB stick to temporarily increase Vista's performance.

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