Windows Vista features a technology called the ‘Ready Boost’ which uses flash memory,SD cards,USB 2.0 drives or any flash storage device as disk cache or as a drive.This feature boosts reading and writing up to 80-100 times faster than the hard drives.This feature is integrated in Windows Vista by default.

Windows XP users also can enjoy this feature with a small software called eboostr.This software is available at a small price.So rather than upgrading to Vista it is worthy to go for this if your aim is Ready Boost.This application improves the system responsiveness and speeds up system booting and application launches.This software is compatible with all Ready Boost compatible USB drives.

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