Originally Posted by fluxlite;12901862
Also consider putting your TEMP directory (Control Panel>System>Advanced Settings>Advanced>Environment Variables) on another drive, too
Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86;12901888
This is a great for SSDs, keeps junk off the drive and less writing to it.
but will speed up any system because of less writing to C:\
Nice Fluxlite +1
Originally Posted by egerds;12901895
I run 2 win os's each with their page file on the other os's drive, and both with their temp directory on a 3rd drive.
this has made each os quite zippy for being m$osft os's
Sooo much teasing and no words on how to do it
Now, let me ask you guys something that i've asked before. Going by what you are suggesting wouldn´t be faster to install the games in a drive independent of the OS?
Originally Posted by Shadow_UGZ;12901906
As for choosing where to put the paging file, there are some defragmenting software (ex: Ultimate Defrag) that can run at boot and move the paging file to the beginning of the drive which is physically the outer edge of the drive.
You can also create a partition the size of the paging file at the beginning of the drive and place the paging file there. Kinda like what Linux does with it's Swap partition.
Why not just give OS1 current page file path to OS2 and viceversa?
Have bad experience with 3rd party defragmenters