JorgeA Posted June 24, 2015 Share Posted June 24, 2015 I have yet to upgrade a system that came with an HDD to an SSD, so I can't speak on that. FWIW, the most dramatic performance improvements I've seen on various computers have come from (1) using ReadyBoost and (2) adding more RAM. This thread has been educational for me. In this day and age of multi-GB RAM systems, I didn't realize that there was any real point to RAMdisks, with however the real danger that whatever valuable stuff you had on the RAMdisk would go *POOF* if and when Windows crashed. --JorgeA Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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