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    • A very nice guide.

      However, the part about placing your pagefile on the SSD is generally not a good idea due to the fact that a high write activity will shorten the life span of the disk in the affected sectors. This is for the same reason that the manufacturers always recommend to not defrag at all.

      The best option is to turn OFF the page file, and just increase the ammount of system RAM available. Me personally run Win7 64bit with 8GB RAM with no pagefile, and ive never once ran out of memory – it rarely goes over 4GB used. I use my computer for programming, photoshopping, 3d modelling (not rendering), gaming and browsing, and often several of those things at the same time.


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