Readyboost for XP?

Answer no waybut this 3rd party program gives you similar features. just dont expect any miracles from either of them

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How Do I Use ReadyBoost?

USB ReadyBoostInsert your USB flash drive into your computer running a Windows 7 or Windows Vista operating system. Your computer automatically detects the removable drive, and the "AutoPlay" dialo... Read More »

What Is ReadyBoost?

ReadyBoost is a feature of Microsoft Windows that uses portable flash memory to help free up computer memory, thereby improving computer performance and system responsiveness. As of 2010, the most ... Read More »

How to Install ReadyBoost?

Windows ReadyBoost is a feature introduced with Windows Vista that allows your computer to use USB flash memory to store commonly used files and use it in place of RAM (random-access memory). When ... Read More »

How to Enable Readyboost in Vista?

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 »