I set it to the same size, so like 4096-4096, or 3072-3072. This lowers the amount of times the pagefile will increase in size, and reserves space for it. It also helps keep the pagefile as one continuous file on the HDD, rather than broken up into a few different palces on the disk, because the page file increased in size due to system needs.
I am a very much the sort that beleives that modifying the way Windows works, and where it palces files, or disabling services and such...is wrong. I don't modify anything for SSDs, just let Windows manage itself, I don't disable superfetch, or indexing, or anything...
The only thing I do to windows after install is making sure scheduled defrag is turned off, and I set the pagefile to 4GB - 4GB.
I then defrag weekly, manually, for drives that need it.
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