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  1. When you get close to exceeding the limits of the physically installed RAM it utilizes part of the HDD with a file named Pagefile.sys. This not your typicall file, it is internally formatted to...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 03/11/2011

  2. well u want it on in order from fastest to slowest same HD max possible values different physical HD (not partition) max values system set now after all that giving that everything else was equal (like a fresh OS install) there would only be a second if...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 21/09/2009

  3. Practically none. Same resolution, same dot size, same contrast, same luminosity. Only the first has some more functions from what i could find "Features Digital Fine Contrast (DFC), F...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 17/10/2011

  4. you'll probably find that's the page file size not what is actually being used by windows it's probably only using a small part of the 426mb

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 22/11/2007

  5. I like the HP best, but i used to work for HP. Both monitors are very good.

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 07/12/2010

  6. Depends on what you are doing. If you have loads of applications open at the sametime, then your page filing usage will be high. Always best to close some of the applications not used as that will usually sit on the...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 30/07/2010

  7. You probably have a program that requires A LOT of ram, or you have too much crap opened. Check your processes, see what's taking up most memory. Sort it by Current and/or Max memory usage.

    7 Answers · Computers & Internet · 08/10/2007

  8. Most likely this is caused by some virus. Get your PC Scanned by Norton (www.symantec.com) or AVG (www.girsodt.com) After that go to START - RUN - type msconfig Go to Start Up Tab...

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 02/08/2007

  9. Not really. As soon as your computer start, those files will be recreated again. Windows use the Prefetch folder to determine in which order programs should be loaded. If you delete those files, you will notice a performance...

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 30/04/2010

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