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Old 15-09-2010
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Why does Windows 7 disable Superfetch?

There is one annoying thing in windows 7 that is if the SSD fast compared to the requirement then windows 7 is disabling the superfetch and want to know the reason why this is happening. I have the idea that the part of this thing is working with defragmenter for re-ordering the disk file. But as far as I know RAM is still provides the magnitude for the faster SSD.
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Re: Why does Windows 7 disable Superfetch?

There is only one precise answer to this that is algorithm for this is designed in such a way and you are not allowed to alter that. If you look at the latest SSD available in the market; they are not having such kind of problem. So if you want to get rid of this problem then you just need to buy a new SSD for yourself. I hope that this will solve your problem.
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Re: Why does Windows 7 disable Superfetch?

Windows 7 has the annoying feature Superfetch that some people in the PC faster, makes others not. In any case, the function makes me one thing: The hard drive is after the start because of the Superfetch feature for a few minutes constantly active. This function is the Ready Boost interesting because they contrast with the Superfetch feature Ask the performance has increased slightly in real (and unnecessarily increases the disk activity). Is there a way to only use Ready Boost, and the Superfetch somehow.
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Re: Why does Windows 7 disable Superfetch?

You have to decide. Yes or No to Superfetch. If anything, it must call upon when the service is disabled, then ReadyBoost does not really make sense more. ReadyBoost does indeed make sense only if one has little RAM. Since then more has to be outsourced in the swap file (virtual memory), which in turn is on the disk. Therefore, the drive is working even more. Ready Boost relieved das. But more RAM would be better.
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Re: Why does Windows 7 disable Superfetch?

Superfetch makes the startup process it more slowly and possibly even then the computer by a lack of free RAM, if the "suspect" is loaded into memory too, which was once used frequently, but is currently not in use. It is easy to change completely. Navigate to C: \ Windows \ Prefetch and delete everything from the folder to the folder called ReadyBoost up.
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Re: Why does Windows 7 disable Superfetch?

Actually, prefetching is the operation of this in stark contradiction. When the operating system starts at the fastest? The more advance retrieved in the (prefetched / superfetched), the more tasks during the boot process work through. Whether and at what level of users from some form of more or less delayed startup will notice in, depends on the equipment of the computer. In addition, startup takes the first and second to empty the prefetch folder, depending on Software configuration, more or less significantly longer than before.
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Re: Why does Windows 7 disable Superfetch?

In addition, Windows 7 has the nice property, Windows to be the first to be almost immediately after opening the Desktop "can be addressed. What effects are more rapidly available for operating system over its predecessors? What is noticed here in Windows 7 with 4 GB of RAM, a somewhat lame foot Samsung 2400C?
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