Sep 02, 2015

How to use the Readyboost feature in Windows 10 to improve performance?

I used to plug in an old USB flash drive in my Windows 7 laptop to take advantage of the Readyboost feature to (theoretically) gain a little performance. Is this feature still available in Windows 10, and if so, how do I use it?
According to Microsoft in one of the forums “ReadyBoost feature still works the same way with Windows 10 Technical Preview as it worked with the previous versions of Operating Systems. We do not have more updates on this feature.”
You should be able to access it through device properties, or the auto play popup.
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