[access-uk] Re: [access-up] page file question in windows 7

so barry my ram is 2048mb so my page file should be 4086mb?
How do i do this.
I mean what should i enter as the initial size and maximum size of page file

On 4/28/11, Barry Toner <barry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> the rule of thumb is to generally have your Page double that of your RAM.
> In saying this though with faster RAM and Faster CPUs I feel it's better to
> upgrade your RAM capacity and speed, depending on what your motherboard can
> take as well as your Windows Architecture.  EG.  32Bit can only utalise 3GB
> of RAM, where as 64Bit goes way up.  I think it maxes out at 195GB or
> something crazy like that.
>
> NB.  there's no point a home user going anywhere near that.  Even if you're
> running Virtual Machines that amount of RAM is for serious high-end Servers.
>
> regards,
> Barry.
>
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>> hi all i had red a post somewhare that by increasing page file size we
>> increase verchual memmory which increases system speed
>> but my question is will increasing page file size toomuch cause harm
>> to my system
>> i mean if i keep the inisheal size of page file to 1000 mb and the
>> maximum size to 6000 mb will anything hapen
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