Windows Vista ReadyBoost Test Round-up

ActiveWin has posted up a review of 3 Windows Vista capable ReadyBoost USB sticks.

We have been running a number of Windows ReadyBoost tests on various USB Drive Sticks that have come out recently. Not only do we have a list of those that work, and those that don't! We have also started to go in-depth with some of them. ReadyBoost is designed to improve small random I/O for people who lack the expansion slots, money, and or technical expertise to add additional RAM. This isn't a replacement for RAM upgrades; it's simply the chance to speed up your Vista machine very slightly and very easily.

View: Full Review @ ActiveWin

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