I've been seeing all praises for the application called
SuperFetch that makes launching and using applications faster, and never slower, which is definitely beneficial for someone who uses the computer for long periods of time.
Contrary to what many Windows tweaking guides on the internet tell you, SuperFetch does not impact your every day computing experience in a negative way. SuperFetch makes often-used applications load fast - it doesn't make other applications load any slower. As such, turning it off, as some guides advise you to do, can only result in a slowdown, not a speed up.
I believe that most things have both advantages and disadvantages. Now I've read through a couple of articles but have not found any talking about any disadvantages SuperFetch has, so basically I was wondering what disadvantages does SuperFetch has? Is it really as good as it is purported ?
Acer Aspire 4937G running Windows Vista Home Premium SP2