How To Speed Up Your Web Browser With RAMDisk

Posted December 12, 2011 10:00 am by with 1 comment

For those of you running computers that are older and/or slower, your hard drive may be acting as a bottleneck of sorts when loading certain web sites. If you switch over your cache or profile folder to use your RAM instead, this may speed up your browser noticeably.

The use of a RAMDisk is nothing new to desktop computing and has been around for decades. The difference between then and now is that software like the free Dataram RAMDisk on the Windows platform makes it all very easy. See video below for details.

One response to How To Speed Up Your Web Browser With RAMDisk

  1. Samuel Spira December 12th, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    Interesting.
    But what would I need to do if I want to run IE with RAMDisk?

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