Originally Posted by at004
thanks for the info, i searched the net and they said if you disbaled superfetch it would save you alot of physical memory... so i tried it but the same result a constant of 600 mb is being used for something else...
what kind of processes are u reffering to if u could please specify so i can try to get rid of them..
Sorry, I don't have the link off hand. But services such as indexing, readyboost, fast switching, task scheduler and on and on and on. Just look under your task manager. How many processes do you have running? I get mine down to low 20's at startup under XP and low 30's at startup under Vista. BTW I am on one core, two cores will run more processes. This is how I am able to get down to 400mb at startup. Plus, my Vista Untilmate is stipped down to 1GB (with full driver support) install disc, yours is over 2.2GB, right away, there are services that mine isn't running.
Ok, found the link:http://www.tweakhound.com/vista/tweakguide/services.htm
And a stong advice, you better backup your stuff, and know how to do recovery.