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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Windows Dynamic Cache Service

    Excessive cached read I/O is a growing problem.  For over one year we have been working on this problem with several companies.  You can read more about it in the original blog post: http://blogs.msdn.com/ntdebugging/archive/2007/11/27/too-much-cache.aspx On 32 bit systems, the kernel could...
  • Blog Post: Too Much Cache?

    Cache is used to reduce the performance impact when accessing data that resides on slower storage media. Without it your PC would crawl along and become nearly unusable. If data or code pages for a file reside on the hard disk, it can take the system 10 milliseconds to access the page. If that same page...
  • Blog Post: The Memory Shell Game

    Hello, this is Somak. Today I’d like to drop some Memory Manager info on the blog that I’ve used to communicate in brief (believe it or not) how the system deals with memory. If you are ever faced with checking how much Available Memory you have(or don’t have), poor system performance, questions about...
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