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If the BIOS interface to your hard drive(s) does not support UDMA IO then you may want to consider using this driver to gain a significant amount of IO speed. The results are dramatic. Many of the BIOSes setup UDMA then turn around and use PIO instead. Worse yet are the newer BIOSes that use PIO0 instead of PIO4. IF you want to try it with BING then click here for instructions.
This package contains two DOS utilities (XMSDSK and EMSDSK) that enable you to easily create virtual drives in DOS that use part of your systems RAM.
Having system performance problems and you think it may be caused by the file system cluster size? Blame it on a fragmented paging file not the NTFS cluster size. The NTFS cluster size doesn't have much impact on the raw file system speed but fragmentation does. So you run a defragging utility such as the one built in to windows but you still have performance problems. Unfortunately, many defragging utilities don't defrag the paging file. A page is 4096 bytes, so when the paging file becomes fragmented on file systems with a clusters size under 4096 bytes, the overall negative impact is increased exponentially. You could place the paging file in its own partition or, better yet, in its own partition on another fast hard drive. If you don't want to place it in its own partition then you could also try and hope that deleting and recreating it defrags it or, better yet, use PageDefrag, a Freeware utility created by the guys at Sysinternals (acquired by Microsoft) to deal specifically with defragging the paging file. While there check out their other cool utilities - looks like they get to have too much fun.
Change of Address version 2 is a free PC Magazine utility that searches and replaces data in shortcuts, .INI files and the registry. This can come in handy if you're moving existing program or data folders to a new drive or path.
(Note: They now require that you have a subscription to access their file library.)