The new process, officially referred to as “pinning”, is expected to significantly boost performance of data intensive programs, gaming, digital media editing and productivity software.
According to Intel, custom pinning profiles can be easily created to group applications or files that match the user’s activity.
It should be noted that the Volish Vista includes a similar feature known as Readyboost. The built-in Windows optimiser is capable of assigning 250MB to 4GB of flash memory with a 2:1 compression ratio.
Intel optimises Windows
By Aharon Etengoff on Aug 15, 2008 7:51AM