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  1. Sumit Dhiman's Avatar
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       #10

    Guess that is more better then Askvg.com's link, gonna refer this to people of the community :)
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  2. Jesse Williams's Avatar
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       #11

    Sumitdhiman said:
    Guess that is more better then Askvg.com's link, gonna refer this to people of the community :)
    Sumit Dhiman, I tried your link and that's the one I used. It was the easiest for me. I also tried some tips as what the forums said in this section.
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  3. Sumit Dhiman's Avatar
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       #12

    Ok , better I ll refer both :)
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  4. Josbeph's Avatar
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       #13

    Nice tutorial, really helped speed up my pc! Nice job Brink!
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 21354
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       #14

    I'm glad it could help Josbeph. :)
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  6. Posts : 33
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       #15

    I was under the impression that a SSD is a bad idea for the pagefile because of all the writes involved.

    Mine own method is a small min/max same size pagefile on a regular HD, mainly now for compatibility, since I am now sporting 16 gigs of RAM.

    Before doing that pagefile, I removed it entirely, reboot then defrag the HD I am going to putting it on, then add it back.
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  7. lx07's Avatar
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       #16

    Badfinger said:
    I was under the impression that a SSD is a bad idea for the pagefile because of all the writes involved.
    SSDs don't suffer from such a limited lifespan any more - you can re-write the entire disk multiple times per day every day for years

    Drive writes per day | The SSD Guy

    As the tutorial says it will only improve performance if you move your page file to a disk that is at least as fast as the one with Windows on.

    If you've got the space you'd be better off moving it back.
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #17

    Badfinger said:
    I was under the impression that a SSD is a bad idea for the pagefile because of all the writes involved.

    Mine own method is a small min/max same size pagefile on a regular HD, mainly now for compatibility, since I am now sporting 16 gigs of RAM.

    Before doing that pagefile, I removed it entirely, reboot then defrag the HD I am going to putting it on, then add it back.
    That is maybe true of the first generation SSDs, but the ones out there today will probably outlive the rest of your system. Think about it, Samsung has a 10 year warranty on their 850 Pros.

    You probably bought an SSD to make your system faster.
    The page file is an extension of your memory. Some programs need the page file, so when you outsource it to a slower spinner, all you're doing is slowing down and bottlenecking your system.

    Writes are not a problem on SSDs anymore.
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  9. Posts : 9
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       #18

    Hi Everyone

    Can anyone tell me how to see the links .

    thank you for any help given.
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  10. Brink's Avatar
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       #19

    slapgat said:
    Hi Everyone

    Can anyone tell me how to see the links .

    thank you for any help given.
    Hello slapgat, and welcome to Ten Forums. :)

    Which links are you referring to?
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