Posted 24 December 2007 - 01:15 PM
I've discovered what it is.
Windows SuperFetch enables programs and files to load much faster than they would on Windows XP–based PCs.
When you're not actively using your computer, background tasks—including automatic backup programs and antivirus scans—run when they will least disturb you. These background tasks can take up system memory space that your programs had been using. On Windows XP–based PCs, this can slow progress to a crawl when you attempt to resume work.
SuperFetch monitors which applications you use the most and preloads these into your system memory so they'll be ready when you need them. Windows Vista also runs background programs, like disk defragmenting and Windows Defender, at low priority so that they can do their job but your work always comes first."
But why does it keep failing? It is helping me in no way at all when it just goes, and I have to reboot. Meh.
Oh. Merry xmas everyone. (:
Crazyness comes to those who wait