ReadyBoost feature is one of the much talked features of Windows Vista. Back in 2007, most of the Vista users bought new USB flash drive to speed up Vista using the much hyped ReadyBoost.
If you are not aware, there is an interesting feature in Vista that lets you use your USB flash drive as a RAM. But there are some things to know before using this feature. In other words, for Ready Boost to effectively speed up your computer, the flash drive or memory card should have at least 1 gigabyte (GB) of available space. If your flash drive is compatible with ready boost, the AutoPlay dialog box offers you the option to speed up your PC using ReadyBoost.
ReadyBoost Monitor is a simple and effective tool that can give you detailed information on ReadyBoost such as read and write speed, and space usage. This tool is very small to download and also very low on system resources.
You see, this is not an application that reads the read and writer speed of the Ready Boost, but also monitors ReadyBoost, peaks, cache size, and graph. Once you install and run the program on a ReadyBoost enabled system, you will be able to monitor ReadyBoost hits, reads, physical disk space and efficiency.