Sean Feeney
Architect of the digital age

A method to speed up IE and Firefox in XP and Vista

17 March 2007

Apparently, using RAMDISK (a program that creates a virtual hard drive using your RAM) you can speed up IE and Firefox. All you have to do is setup the drive and point your browser’s temporary files to that drive. With as little as 70-80MB given up to the RAM disk, many users have reported dramatic speed boosts in browsing (even on dial-up).

Posted in firefox, IE, RAM, RAMDISK, Windows Vista, Windows XP

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