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Old 09-11-15, 10:19 AM
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I removed mine a while back and then ended up putting it back (was still getting pagefault in non paged area issues) I just have it on a mechanical drive instead of the SSD.

Won't be too long before Mechanicals go the way of the floppys. Aside from massive storage 6tb and up. SSDs are so cheap now.
Yeah I leave it on a little on an SSD to keep the read/write speed up on it but you don't need much, it just needs to exist and be a reasonable size, maybe a GB or a half GB?

I remember when I setup my 32GB ram for the first time, windows does 2.5x your ram as the page file on initial setup.. I was like.. wtf where'd my SSD space go!? Oh.. pagefile 80GB file reduced to 1GB \o/ yay

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Old 09-11-15, 10:31 AM
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same. Or back up iPhone add that to an Nvidia folder and all your SSD are belong to us.
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Are all the setting in the first post still relevant?
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Old 22-04-17, 02:50 PM
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Are all the setting in the first post still relevant?
Yes they are. But i would enable page file 400MB initial and 2GB max. There are some games and apps that won't work when there is no page file. Assuming that you have 8GB+ RAM.
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Hey all, Is this information still relevent today?
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Old 25-05-20, 12:54 PM
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Hey all, Is this information still relevent today?
Yes. Just don't disable the pagefile.

Edit: "Superfetch" in Services was renamed to "SysMain". Disable that one instead.
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