What size should my cache be?

Answer The cache for most browsers in an up to date computer is anywhere from 0 to 500 megabytes. The recommended size for optimal performance is 50 megabytes. This means your browser stores up to 50 megs... Read More »

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What is the cache size for Google Maps?

According to Free Geography Tools, the cache size of Google Earth depends on the system memory and hard drive. However, the maximum memory cache size is 500 MB and the maximum disk cache size is 2,... Read More »

When using 2 500GB HDD's for a RAID 0 config does the cache size have to match?

nope, the size doesnt even have to match, but it will just use the least amount of hdd space available.for example, 2x250gb and 1x 400gb will net you a 750gb or thereabouts drive. of course its alw... Read More »

What about 0kb cpu cache ?

Your question wasn't exactly clear: are you WRITING this program, or attempting to configure it?If you're writing it:It depends on how you're structuring your logic. If the entire ap is a series of... Read More »

How to Clear an ARP Cache?

ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) is used by devices in a network to map between logical addresses and physical addresses. For example, ARP maps IP addresses of gateways in the Internet to their c... Read More »