ReadyDrive (codenamed Piton) is a feature of Windows Vista that enables
Windows Vista computers equipped with a hybrid drive or other flash memory
caches (such as Intel Turbo Memory) to boot up faster, ...
ReadyBoost (codenamed EMD) is a disk caching software component developed
by Microsoft for Windows Vista and included in later versions ... Other features,
including ReadyDrive, are implemented in a manner similar to ReadyBoost.
Apr 13, 2006 ... In order to keep the Windows Vista media machine going despite the release
date delay, Microsoft recently released some official names for some of the new
Windows Vista performance enhancing features. In the February ...
Sep 27, 2006 ... Here, we meet Architect Ruston Panabaker who is on a team of talented
hardware-oriented folks that have built native support into Windows Vista for
hybrid hard drives. Hybrid hard drive? What's that? Tune in and learn.
Jun 19, 2007 ... The ReadyDrive portion of Turbo Memory is designed to work with Vista'sReadyDrive technology. ReadyDrive's fundamental goal is to cache data from the
hard disk to either improve performance or in the case of a notebook, ...
Feb 1, 2007 ... Whereas ReadyBoost is designed for use with external flash memory,
ReadyDrive is based around internal ... (a particularly important item for
notebooks), as caching of data can allow Vista to spin the hard drive down more