It works as good as Vista’s ReadyBoost

By Zero3K | October 22nd, 2007 | 3:37 pm

I know you wrote that it should be only used on Windows XP. But, I decided to try it on Windows Vista (Home Premium edition) anyways because its easier to use than what Vista offers (Vista requires you to open two programs, Performance Monitor and Event Viewer, while eBoostr contains all info in one program) and you can see what’s in the cache. So far, it has sped up my computer as much as ReadyBoost did. I’ve had no BSODs so far. The only things I’ve noticed that need changing are its system tray icon (which should show the actual activity) and the Control Panel (there’s an X icon to the left of the drive icon which should be changed to a green checkmark at the bottom right).

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2 Responses to “It works as good as Vista’s ReadyBoost”

  1. Andrew Zarudnev
    Oct 22, 2007

    Hm… Interesting, how did you manage to install it on Vista? The installation was supposed to cancel on any non XP system :)

  2. Zero3K
    Oct 22, 2007

    I checked the “run this program in compatibility mode for” checkbox in the Compatibility tab of the installer’s properties.