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Use pen drive to increase RAM performance

Use pen drive to increase RAM performance
You can increase your Windows system speed using your pen drive as RAM and this option applies to every operating system released by Windows OS. In Windows operating system you can use your normal Pen drive to increase your system speed.
NOTE: Your Pen drive should have memory more than 16 GB.
We use USB to transfer data. The USB can be used to increase performance RAM. Those who use a PC can use their USB drives to increase the performances of their computer. This is called ReadyBoost. Ready Boost deal with free space that is on your USB drives, such as RAM. When we increase RAM that’s equal to more speed. Ready Boost comprise on all versions of windows operating system. It’s easy to set up the positions and in a few minutes it can be finished.

  • Insert the USB drive in your computer go to “My Computer” and right-click on the USB drive of your Pen drive and click ‘Format’ it.
  • Again right click and Go to “Properties” Next, click on the “ReadyBoost” tab.


  • Choose the option that says “Use this device“.


  • Under “Space to reserve for system speed“, select the amount of memory that you wish to use for your USB flash drive. The amount of memory that Windows recommends is usually the best setting and should not be exceeded.



  • Click on “Apply” and then “OK” to save your settings and exit.


  • Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.


  • It may significantly shorten the life of the USB. Normal flash drives have limited numbers of writes. For normal usage, it takes a long time for the writes to run out. However, if used as RAM where millions of transfers are done every minute, the life of the drive may be significantly shortened.

  • Do not remove the USB. It’ll crash your system. However, simply plugging the USB back in and rebooting will fix the crash.
Anirudh Biliya

Anirudh Biliya is a former contributor at Nerdynaut from India.

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