I've upgraded my Windows 7 machine to 24GB.
As described here, I found out that 24GB of my precious C: SSD were taken for swap file. To solve this, I moved the swap file to my 2TB non SSD E: drive.
So, I though I've got everything under control. However, I find out that resuming after sleep is much slower than booting up the system. I think this is because on wakeup the system has to read 24GB of RAM from the hard disk (non SSD), while on boot-up the system has to read much a much smaller amout and from an SSD, to boot (pun intended). This is bad because a system wakes-up much more frequently that it boots-up.
Any ideas how to solve this large-memory/SSD driver gotcha?