• How to increase the amount of virtual memory

    So, if you are using Windows XP, open the "Control Panel", then go to the "System" window and select the "Advanced" tab. Next you will see the "Performance" section. Click the �Parameters� button in it and in the �Performance Parameters� window activate the �Advanced� tab. Total paging file size (volume currently availableof memory) on all drives will be listed in the section called "Virtual Memory". Click on the �Change� button to go to edit the paging file settings.
    The initial size of the page file in the system is 2048 MB. You can expand it a maximum of two times. There are three options for adjusting the amount of virtualof memory: - The size of the paging file at the choice of the system provides the OS itself to control the amount of virtual volumeof memory; - A special size allows you to enter the original and maximum size of the paging file. It is better to set both of these values, based on the calculation of the physical operationalof memory�(1.5 and 2 times more). That is, with an OD volume of 2 GB, the original size of the paging file should be given a value of 3072 MB, and the maximum - 4096 MB; - The third option is characterized by the absence of a paging file. It is better to use it if you have a large amount of RAM, and you know for sure that you will not need virtual memory.
    In Vista, the amount of virtualof memory�can be increased in a similar way. But there is a more convenient option - use ReadyBoost technology. Simply plug in the USB memory stick of your PC. At the same time, a window pops up, indicating that the connection to the removable storage system is detected.

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