Use a flash drive as memory in Windows XP back to Flash & HD

Got a slower, older Windows XP machine? Got a USB flash drive you're not using? Then you have extra memory to speed up that computer and extend it's life a bit. I'm Tom Merritt from CNET.com, and I'll show you how in this Insider Secret.

We've shown you how Windows Vista's Ready Boost feature will let you use a USB drive like this as extra cache memory to make your computer faster. Well there's a way to do the same trick in Windows XP. Thanks to Shawn in Quebec for sending along the tip.

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First insert a flash drive

 

Open up the Control Panel.

 

Go to "System."

 

Choose the advanced Tab.

 

In the Performances section, click on "Settings"

 

Choose the advanced tab there.

 

In the "Virtual Memory" Section, press "Change."

 

Select the letter corresponding to your flash drive.

 

(Hint: It's not C.) You can let the system manage

 

the size or customize the amount of space that

 

you want used as virtual memory. I'm not going to

 

use this flash drive for anything else, so I'll let the

 

system manage it.

 

Make sure to Press Set once you've made your

 

choice. Press OK, and the changes will take effect.

 

Then restart your computer.

 

And now you have a little extra memory at no additional

 

cost.

 

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