Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Reign_Of_Freedom, Nov 17, 2010.
you are the best
Thanks 4 this,AIO is the way 2 go.
Keep up with a good work.
there is any chance to install it in my win7 SP1 now.. not on iso i mean just install it like a game or samting like that..
What do u mean?? For the first archive, just open it with WinRAR/7-Zip and apply the reg fix u want ~ simple!!!
and 1 more thing its safe? i mean i want to install all the speed up tweak its do samting to my pc?
and its not matter where i press on it? i mean now its in desktop in cool tweak folder
so far install only speed up network..
waiting for you answer
sorry for my english
Yap... they are 100% safe!!
Awesome share! Thanks
Nice idea, thank you for theses registry packs
great !!! stuffffffff
A dream come true. Thanks.
thanks for sharing!!!
think you so much,,
will it work in windows 8 build 7959..?
awesome work thanks i was looking for these Tweaks
wicked ! thanks for dat bredah
thanx for this amazing post
For the pagefile, if you move it to a different physical disk (not just a partition) than the system drive, one that is a fast drive, there should be some useful gains. It should NOT be placed on a USB drive, and preferably it is placed at the beginning of the drive. It should be set up with the same min and max size, 6 to 8gb should be ample and probably more than you need. These days 6-8gb isn't that much space 'wasted', most people would have significantly more taken up with temporary files, restore points, usn journals etc. Preferably you have the drive defragment with perfectdisk or other defragmenter that can defrag the pagefile and place it close to the beginning of the drive (which is physically on the outside of the disk) as that is where its fastest. If you have multiple disks, supposedly dividing the pagefile up amongst the disks can add to extra peformance, but this is unverified.
Times when this isn't useful:
- Your main drive is a fast SSD drive (although the paging read/write cycles wouldn't do it any good)
- The other drive is USB
- Your main drive is part of a RAID setup, one that is set in a performance RAID mode
- The other drive is at times in heavy use
- The other drive is an eco/green drive. The main system drive should not be a eco/green drive, although this isn't uncommon these days.
I have heard of an extension to this which does have some merits. It involves creating a separate partition at the beginning of the fastest drive (or non system drive), of say 10gb and placing a fixed size pagefile on it. This in itself is quite an old, simple, and effective practice, however these is an extension to that theme. I haven't tried it myself, but having that 'pagefile' partition formatted in the exfat file system and having the cluster size set large (say 64k or even bigger since there is only one file, pagefile.sys on it.
exfat is primarily designed for large USB sticks etc, where the exfat file system with (required for maximum speed by design of flash) 32k cluster size is the fastest file system.
- Faster, since exfat is the fastest file system
- Partition should be placed at the beginning of the drive (after the 100mb Windows 7 hidden partition if on the boot drive) ensuring maximum speed.
- NTFS is good for large file systems and the system drive etc, however since there will be only one file on the partition these benefits of NTFS are inconsequential.
- No complexity of a MFT
- No need for a USN journal file
- Large cluster size for the single file, low overhead and the cluster size wasted space issue really isn't one with only one file! (exfat supports cluster size of 32MB compared to the standard NTFS cluster size of 4kb).
- File system incompatibilies with older OS's really isn't one, since it is for use with Windows 7!
- A pagefile is still in use on 4GB and even 8GB+ systems, so might as well get the maximum performance possible. Pagefile shouldn't be disabled!