eBoostr is a rather interesting program that allows you to significantly reduce the boot time of the operating system and programs by transferring the cache to a flash drive. This technology is called Ready Boost and is used in the latest versions of the Windows operating system. Therefore, we will only use this program if you are an active Windows XP user (earlier versions do not support it).
Working with eBoostr is very easy. Put a "USB flash drive" of 1000GB in size through the USB port, followed by indicating how much space each of these can occupy under the cache. With a short download, the program will be ready to operate from any device. It is not a matter of how much cache your system discards, it will act much more quickly. 3D applications will not experience performance improvements. You can generally speed up your computer if you don't have a flash drive. It is unnecessary that you have to open up the device cache as often as possible if connected to a port.