Windows ReadyBoost was a feature introduced in Windows Vista and it is also available in Windows 7. ReadyBoost promised to improve application loading times by linearly caching application files. To do this, ReadyBoost required a Class 4 or better USB Flash-drive or a memory card. External card-readers and hard disk drives are not supported. The […]
A review of Windows 7 from the perspective of a home user and small business owner. Article highlights new features that could prove useful and drawbacks of the new operating system from Microsoft.