With that said I have ran 2 virtual machines with both having 4 GB of RAM allocated to them and played a PC game with no issues. I believe that was the most stress I've put on it and probably will never reach that level of stress on the memory without doing development work requiring application and/or web servers running on localhost.
By non-issues, it says exactly what's on the tin can. The computer operates how I expect it to be.
[Edited by Neo7, 6/25/2013 8:02:45 PM]
So it's satteld I think I'll get rid of the pagefile for good..
btw I ran catzilla benchmark with and without pagefile and I got a higher score without pagefile about 1000 points higher.
ehm not a good idea to disable pagefile totally, since some programs expect a page file is exsistent,and if not pop up a bugsplat
taken from this site ^^
[Edited by jackbig, 6/25/2013 8:52:36 PM]
rofl i went thru that whole other link in this howtogeek thing, and in the end the "test guy" says:
So, would you recommend I run without a pagefile?
Because you have to test it yourself to find out.
IMHO the average user (who is not going to test it) is best served by leaving the pagefile at its default setting of System Managed size.
Test it yourself…Test it yourself…Test it yourself…
Yes, I know I sound like a broken record (or a drunk parrot, take your pick). Perhaps there is a reason for that?!
so yup that's what it's about the testing it yourself
[Edited by jackbig, 6/25/2013 9:03:51 PM]
I read it before that several programs expect to use the pagefile by default but the question asked is why god why?!
Anyway I guess you're right all I can do is test it myself..
Benchmarks to me mean very little. If it's already performing optimally, any further "improved scores" will look the same to me regardless of the delta on the difference.
[Edited by Neo7, 6/25/2013 9:35:48 PM]
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