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performance [2018/08/03 02:01]
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performance [2018/08/03 11:17] (current)
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 == Deeper into pagefile problems == == Deeper into pagefile problems ==
 Your pagefile can be fragmented, in other words it can be splitted and allocated in different areas of your HDD. HDD in fact is bunch of magnetic discs rotating at very high speeds (7200 RPM usually) and by it nature data allocated near beginning (center) of disc can be read at higher rates. So you want your pagefile to be defragmented (as a single series of data) and closer to beginning.\\ Your pagefile can be fragmented, in other words it can be splitted and allocated in different areas of your HDD. HDD in fact is bunch of magnetic discs rotating at very high speeds (7200 RPM usually) and by it nature data allocated near beginning (center) of disc can be read at higher rates. So you want your pagefile to be defragmented (as a single series of data) and closer to beginning.\\
-Non-fixed size of pagefile makes it fragmented, because when it changing it size - it allocates currently free zone of your disk, and it can be not near already allocated zones for your pagefile. In order to prevent this **you need to set up your pagefile as fixed size, defragment your disk and move pagefile to beginning of disk**.\\+Non-fixed size of pagefile makes it fragmented, because when it changing it size - it allocates currently free zone of your disk, and it can be not near already allocated zones for your pagefile.\\ 
 +In order to prevent this **you need to set up your pagefile as fixed size, defragment your disk and move pagefile to beginning of disk**.\\
  
  
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