Samsung Presents Windows Vista Caching Solution
If you’ve been following Windows Vista’s development for the past few months (no, I don’t mean all 5 years of development) you surely know about some “speed up” features it will have, when used together with flash drives. Well, this latest product won’t be using the Windows ReadyBoost feature (that speeds up the PC when a flash memory is plugged in) but will greatly reduce the tasks you operate that use your Hard Drive. Though there aren’t any numbersm this Solid State Drive will greatly improve Windows Vista’s performance (and with the specs they’re asking for, they need all the help they can get).
The only problem for me regarding this add-on is that it uses ATA. Please! Someone kill that format soon, like now! It’s pathetic that even though SATA has already been with us for so many years there still isn’t enough support for it on motherboards.