that's just vista preparing things for maybe you next time they are needed.
it adds things to memory according to your usage.
this SHOULD not slow down the computer.
might take a look at what is going on with task manager when the system gets slow.
personally I have disabled prefetch and superfetch. computer is happier. email@example.com
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I am running Vista 64-bit with 4GB of RAM. For no apparent reason, my
computer fills up my entire 4GB of physical memory cache to 100%.
Whenever I boot up my computer, it starts at about 30%...then steadily
starts increasing up to 100%. It ends up running so slowly that it
will stop responding. Does anyone know how I can solve this problem,
or at least what might be happening?
Processor: Intel Core 2 Extreme Quad Core, 2.66GHz
Memory: 4GB DDR2, 667MHz FSB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX, 768MB
Hard Drives: two 500GB Seagate SATA, 7000 RPM