How to make my netbook optimized.

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       #11

    I'm using Kaspersky Total Security. It's eating up my memory. For 2GB RAM, what should be the Pagefile?
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  2. Brink's Avatar
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       #12

    John Elmer said:
    I'm using Kaspersky Total Security. It's eating up my memory. For 2GB RAM, what should be the Pagefile?
    Hello John,

    Personally, I would recommend to leave the page file to be automatically managed by the system. It does a great job. :)
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    I'm talking about ImDisk.
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  4. CountMike's Avatar
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    John Elmer said:
    I'm talking about ImDisk.
    Stuff like that stays in live RAM and will eat it up when anything is mounted in it. You can enlarge PF but it will slow everything down considerably even with an SSD.
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  5.    #15

    could you give some specs?
    I installed win 10 32bit on an acer aspire one d150 with 2 gig ram ( single core cpu) and it seems to work rather well as long as I use a mouse instead of that silly track pad it has.
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    I put an SSD in an Acer Aspire One. Runs like a champ with Win 10.
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