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Increase your low-end PC a little bit performance using PAGING

 Yeah , it is like a page, where in there is a data or letters , stories in books. While in computer it is like a temporary storing place for hard drive, like a slow ram , but it is not a ram.

So how does it help?
Well if you manage the right paging size that should be added , it will increase your low end pc performace , not so big but at least an increase right?.

So follow this tutorial:
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  • frozyeah
I have a separate d: partition just for this file and I also set it to the same max/min size. This way, the pagefile never fragments.

Have been doing that since the days of Windows XP and the file systems were FAT32. Not sure if it makes a difference with Win7 on NTFS anymore, but I still do it, mostly just out of habit.
Isn't paging what happens when you run out of RAM? When this happens to me on Linux the computer becomes terribly slow and I have a hard time even closing down the programs to free up some memory. I wouldn't dream of doing anything productive in that state. I just try to avoid it. Are you saying Windows is actually usable when this happens?

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