Originally posted by ontelo:Guys get your facts straight (example from here):once you've exhausted the available RAM, your apps are going to start crashing,- If you've got plenty of RAM in your PC, you may never run into application crashing errors with the pagefile disabled,- By disabling it, you are forcing Windows to keep everything in much faster RAM all the time. but you're also taking away from memory that Windows could be using for read and write caching for your actual documents and other files.
Originally posted by ontelo:disabling the pagefile takes away RAM that Windows could be using for caching.
Originally posted by ontelo:since Windows will never page the application you are currently working with anyway.
Originally posted by ontelo:Do not disable it, unless you are using windows xp or older.