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windows 7There are really tons of ways to make your Windows 7 faster. However, this simple trick will really make a difference in your Windows 7 operating system. As you know, Windows 7 is the fastest Microsoft system ever. Despite it requires a lot of RAM (at least 2 GB), most of it is not used at all. This tutorial will teach how to dedicate the unused RAM to certain programs which in this way won’t reside in the hard disk anymore. This  will let you make your Windows 7 faster, more responsive and better optimized.

  1. Click Start.
  2. In the Search field, type CMD.
  3. Right-click the Command Prompt icon and click the Run as Administrator option.
  4. Type the following command: fsutil behavior set memoryusage 2
  5. Reboot the system.
  6. To check if the command was carried out successfully, go to the Command Prompt again and type: fsutil behavior query memoryusage



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12 Comments to “Another Way to make Windows 7 Faster and More Responsive”

  1. bogy Says:

    running without cache (pagefile disabled) if you have 4gb of ram makes the system a LOT faster …

    allthough it’s not always recommended… in some situations it’s really necessary to have paging on, but in a lot of cases you CAN disable paging and have a lightning fast system…

    but you do need to have enough ram to do so and you really need to be sure that you don’t have software that requires an active pagefile….

    (allthough windows still uses a hidden pagefile if you disable regular paging… but there’s really a big difference in speeds…)

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  7. Krish Says:

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc785435(WS.10).aspx

    Increasing physical memory does not always increase the amount of paged pool memory available to NTFS. Setting memoryusage to 2 raises the limit of paged pool memory. This might improve performance if your system is opening and closing many files in the same file set and is not already using large amounts of system memory for other applications or for cache memory. If your computer is already using large amounts of system memory for other applications or for cache memory, increasing the limit of NTFS paged and non-paged pool memory reduces the available pool memory for other processes. This might reduce overall system performance.

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  10. Raju Says:

    vhick!

    set it back to 1 (i.e. fsutil behavior set memoryusage 1). 1 is default value.

    ref: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc785435(WS.10).aspx

  11. DDK Says:

    Will it work on Vista SP2?

  12. vhick Says:

    Sir, What if I decide to go back in the default state. What will be the command to reset it settings?

    Thank you..


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