Microsoft Windows Vista Will Use USB Flash Drive For Memory

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    Users will be able to add more memory to their computers by plugging in USB-based flash drives.
    Windows Vista will let users add more memory by plugging in USB-based flash drives, a Microsoft executive said this week at the company's Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles.

    Jim Alchin, a group vice president for Windows, said that the flash drive option will be accessed by the new Superfetch technology, which is designed to speed up application start-up times.

    Read more at InformationWeek.com
     
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