Speed Up Vista With ReadyBoost Vista simple tips

Windows Vista comes with a new feature, ReadyBoost which lets you plug in your flash drive or SD card to
store commonlyused files for quicker access than from the hard drive. Just stick in the USB drive or SD card or
any other Flash device. In the AutoPlay dialog that pops up, click the Speed up my system link, which takes
you to the ReadyBoost configuration panel. Select Use this device, and set the amount of space you want to use.
Windows will create a paging file of that size on the disk.