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HI can any 1 tell me why readyboost turns off after restarts thankyou jez.....

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@Jez50 Welcome to HP Community!

To be ReadyBoost-compatible, the device must:

  • Be at least 256 MB in size, with at least 64 KB of free space.
  • Have an access time of 1 ms or less.
  • Have at least a 2.5 MB/sec throughput for 4 KB random reads.
  • Have at least a 1.75 MB/sec throughput for 1 MB random writes.

On the flip side, if your system has an SSD hard disk in it, which is much more common than when ReadyBoost was first introduced, because a system with an SSD hard disk in it is, along with SuperFetch, can outperform ReadyBoost, so using ReadyBoost isn't necessary. (Since SSDs are more common in the Windows 10 era, this is really the only situation where ReadyBoost is no longer an effective tool for Windows 10.)

 

It's important to understand that recognizing the performance gain provided by using ReadyBoost is pretty subjective and will depend on what kind of applications you run on your computer and what type of data you typically work with. I'll follow up on this performance issue next week, so stay tuned.

 

In the meantime, share your experiences and advice regarding ReadyBoost's effect on performance gains in Windows 10.

 

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HI ok but why does it turn off  readyboost after Restarts?i have a newish laptop 6mths old.I understand there is minimal gains but surley microsoft would exclude it if it was no use just saying...I will accept your solution but ime going to look further into it ..                                                                                          Thankyou .jez

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@Jez50 Microsoft has it available for people not using SSD, and the fact that it turns off the device every time its restarted is not mentioned anywhere on the Microsoft website, for more details on this feature I suggest you contact their support team and if you wish to improve your PC performance: click here for steps.

 

I hope that helps!

Take care and have an awesome day, ahead.

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