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Will a swap file not slow down the system so much if a Solid State Drive is used?
Usually when RAM runs out, and a swap file is used, then the system can become really slow. But if the notebook or desktop is using SSD already, will a swap file be such a bad idea any more? Can ...
Dec 2 '11 at 13:05
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