Increase your RAM via V-RAM?

GuYz & GaLz…
Increase your RAM via using the Virtual RAM feature of Windows…
Its a good feature if you’ve got real less RAM or want to run apps which require more RAM than what you have…
I found it while exploring the Control Panel…
Windows creates a paging file on the Windows directory named “pagefile.sys”. Actually this file is used as RAM by Windows, but still it can’t function like the real RAM. This RAM is called Virtual RAM or V-RAM(by ME!)…
The good thing is that you can also alter the pagefile; create multiple pagefiles and also alter its size limit…
Here’s how to do it:

  1. Goto “Control Panel” and switch to “Classic View” if it isn’t! Then open “System”.
  2. Move over to the “Advanced” tab and click? on the ‘settings’ under “Performance”.
  3. In the ‘Performance Options’ again move over to “Advanced”.
  4. At the bottom you can see the ‘Virtual Memory’ and a button under it “Change”. Click on “Change” and there you can change the settings for it…
  5. Its a better idea to create a paging file on all partitions of a drive. That’s what I did!

EnJoY A BeTTeR PC –HacK_MiNDeD

3 thoughts on “Increase your RAM via V-RAM?

  1. Tom says:

    you also decrease performace if you set this manually, or more then 1.5x the size of physical RAM in your machine, just like in linux.

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