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, resume from hibernation
in less ...
... to increase computing performance. ReadyBoost relies on the SuperFetch
technology and, like SuperFetch, adjusts its cache based on user activity. Other
features, including ReadyDrive, are implemented in a manner similar to
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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 ... I can seem some differences between ReadyDrive and ReadyBoost - such as
wanting your hibernate file in flash that can't be removed from the machine - but
otherwise, they seem similar. Are there any other differences?
Jun 19, 2007 ...ReadyDrive can increase battery life by fulfilling data request out of low power
flash memory, and keeping the hard disk spun down when not needed. If enough
data is stored in the ReadyDrive partition of Intel's Turbo Memory, ...
ReadyDrive (not to be confused with ReadyBoost) 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, resume