My computer using memory SD RAM 512 and P IV 1,6 GHZ, and it seem being so slow lately, but it;s support USB for using flashdisk,
is there a software to change the Flash Disk into Computer memory ? I meant like a Emulator for fasting my computer
Thank you ^_^
I'm not aware of any software that can do this for you (although someone may be able to point some out that I don't know of), however you should be aware that the performance of USB flash memory is much slower than RAM memory. The point in RAM is that it is fast memory that programs and other data can quickly swap in and out of.
I'm aware that Windows Vista offers this kind of expansion capability by default, although there are high requirements on the actual USB hardware itself - from Amazon reviews on cheap flash disks, it's clear that very few actually meet Vista's "performance criteria".
To improve your performance, I'd hghly recommend that you just buy some more RAM. Depending on your system, it could cost as little as $30 to add a gigabyte of RAM. It may actually be possible to get software to emulate RAM using a flash drive, but IMO additional physical RAM is the best option.
It's not quite like internal memory, it's more like a pagefile and it's called Ready Boost. The advantage is that a USB drive is faster than using the hard drive's pagefile, but it is still much slower than internal RAM.
If your computer is slow 'lately' and not from the beginning, then your problem is almost certainly a software problem and not a hardware one.
Do you do regular spyware/virus scans? Have you defragged lately? Do your hard drives have very little free space? Do you have a lot of startup programs or background processes?
All of these can contribute to a pc slowing down.
Feel the need to repeat Animal : USB is a LOT slower than RAM, you won't be speeding anything up. As a matter of fact, the RAM requirements for Vista is a lot more than that required by XP, and you will find a machine with 512 MB RAM unbearable. The better option may be to analyse what the RAM is being used for, and to turn off things that you don't need.
(uninstall unused software programs, stop unused windows services, check for startup programs, )
Just make sure you record what you are doing so you can undo it if you make a mistake. Google everything that you are unsure of. And make backups.