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

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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:
http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-28645...ndows.html
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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.
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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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