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P.S. Sorry to all for posting so many questions. Blame it on the inquisitive mind.
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Edited by xxdanielxx, 04 June 2008 - 11:45 PM.
Sorry to say that I disagree.
If "page file" is set to "custom size" windows will not recreate it.
Besides, why waste much more expensive RAM volume where a page file can be used? The system should be set to zero page file only for a forced cleanup of all page files before recreating the space afresh to optimal size.
Personally I prefer "custom size" to "managed by system" because when you set "custom size" the dedicated space is used for page files only. On the other hand, when page file space is controlled by by the system, it changes in size according to needs.
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