Readyboost in Windows 7 supports up to 8GB

By , March 29, 2009 4:51 pm

Readyboost now is able to support USB thumbdrive up to 8GB. To do so, simply

  1. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to Computer.
  2. Right click on the removable drive to be used for Readyboost and select Format.
  3. In the format window, select NTFS for File system and Default allocation size for Allocation unit size.
  4. Click on Start
  5. When done, right click on the removable drive again and select Properties.
  6. Select Readyboost tab followed by Dedicate this device to Readyboost.
  7. Click on OK.


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3 Responses to “Readyboost in Windows 7 supports up to 8GB”

  1. polocanada says:

    Nope, it can be more than 8Gb. Mine did allocate almost 16gb on 16gb express flash memory card. The question is of course whether it is really using the 16gb efficiently as it is using 8gb.

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  3. 98Deloris says:

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