Originally Posted by DarkPhoenix
Yup leave them off and delete the restore points.
You may also want to disable hiberantion:
Type "powercfg.exe -h off" at the command line with out the quotes. You will need to delete the hyberfil.sys on c: manually.
Both the restore points and hiberfile.sys are automatically deleted.
I've been incorrectly preaching for the past several months that even if you are overkill on installed memory, then you should still have a Paging File. However, I've since learned that this is false (unless it is not
overkill for you). Thanks to this excellent post
made by someone named "Z06ssd", I hesitantly disabled my Paging File four days ago and I have not had a single problem yet. Crysis 2 with DX11 and the High Res Textures is supposed to need up to 8GB of memory (recommended?), but I haven't had any issues whatsoever
So my personal conclusion is that if you have 8GB and if you regularly use like more than 85% of it, then you might
benefit from a Paging File. However, if you're like me and you would be fine with just 2 or 4 GB (seriously) even though you have 8GB installed, then a Paging File truly is absolutely unnecessary.
When I went to disable it, I got a generic caution from Windows 7 which only said that if I disable it, then I would no longer be able to see the Memory Dump log should I ever need it (or something to that effect). So I said, "lol I don't care, and I never have. Disabled!"
Although, I was still hesitant.
So my personal recommendation to you is to either completely disable it, or at least keep a small one on the SSD. After all, the SSD is faster.