Windows XP ReadyBoost give More Memory and load faster on XP


eBoostr, a Windows XP ReadyBoost technology that similar functionality like Vista ReadyBoost. As we know that Windows ReadyBoost is a disk caching technology that helps make your operating system and application load faster by using flash memory for caching.

But now, you can use eBoostr to perform windows ReadyBoost on xp platform and make use of XP’s prefetch data to cache files on a faster flash drive. Beside that, eBoostr Windows XP ReadyBoost is more advance than Vista ReadyBoost which it can support up to four flash devices perform ReadyBoost technology to speed up your computer system. Plus more eBoostr Windows XP ReadyBoost can increase amount of computer memory and make more applications can be run simultaneously without any PC hardware upgrading

eboostr windows XP readyboost

Perhaps you can grab eBoostr Windows XP ReadyBoost trial first to boost up your xp platform performance. i think eBoostr is an efficient, money-saving and is technically the most simple solution to the problem of insufficient RAM or slow hard disks. Meanwhile, the trial version has no time expiration and you can evaluate it for as long as you wish but it only boosts your system for 4 hours from boot up. or or you can get the full version for just $29.

System Requirements 0f eBoostr Windows XP ReadyBoost

  • Windows XP (32 and 64 bit support), Windows 2000 , Windows 2003
  • USB 2.0 port version or memory card reader
  • Flash drive or memory card with at least 2.5 MB/sec random read speed

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  • Chris

    Thanks for the article and screen shot.

    Indeed, eBoostr is a valid option for extracting additional life and capacity out of Windows XP machines, especially during these challenging economic times. It’s available – as you write – for free trials, so aside from a memory stick, there’s really no cost to getting this.

    Users can download a sample here:


      hi!chris ,i came to know earlier that by we can use pendrive as a RAM,but i thought that it is fake talk but viewing ready boost i m excited.will it be useful for the PC.will you suggest me to use or not