How to Enable Readyboost in Vista?

Answer Readyboost is a very useful. It uses the memory on the flash drive and makes it act as ram. This article will work for vista/win7. Readyboost is not available on win xp or lower but there are alter... Read More »

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How to Use ReadyBoost in Windows Vista?

Use Windows Vista's new feature called ReadyBoost to speed up your PC. The ReadyBoost feature allows you to plug in a USB flash drive or a flash memory card and use its contents to cache frequently... Read More »

Can an iPod be used for ReadyBoost in Vista?

ReadyBoost is a feature of Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system that allows a user to use a flash memory thumb drive as a cache, theoretically increasing the system speed. MP3 players like t... Read More »

Can any flash drive work for ReadyBoost Vista?

With a change in the registry, you can make Windows Vista use any flash drive for ReadyBoost. However, by default, Vista only allows you to use flash drives that meet minimum performance characteri... Read More »

How do I enable net help for Vista?

Click the "Start" button. Select "Control Panel." Select "System and Maintenance." Click the "System" icon. Select "Remote Settings." Place a check in the box next to "Allow Remote Assistance conne... Read More »