Windows Vista uses a new technology called "Superfetch" to allow the system to faster load applications and data. The technology will preload data into the system's memory, having it ready when the user needs it.
Delivering a cool innovation, the Vista also allows users to add USB memory keys to a system's virtual memory, pre-loading data into its memory.
Watch the video below to see Jim Allchin, Microsoft's group vice president for platforms, demonstrate the technology at Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles.
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