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Memory and Cache Optimisation for Perfect Performance

You may think that your PC only has one type of memory the main system RAM. However, there are memory chips throughout your motherboard in addition to main RAM on your graphics card, hard disk and even built into your processor. All these little segments of memory are designed to speed-up your PC, by giving your PC somewhere to quickly store data without having to save it to the main RAM or much slower hard disk. Unfortunately most Windows users ignore these different temporary stores when optimising their PCs, but with a few tweaks to the so called cache memory, you an make your PC run much faster. In this article, well show you how.

Category: Optimisation
Issue: 2010 Issue 6 September/October
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7
Article Reference: M4

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