Well I had a great write-up going for this tweak but it fell victum to the Backspace key. (MS you #@$%suckers) Unfortunatly I'm to frustrated to rewrite it. Sorry. Anyways... Here's the link to Dataram's RAMdisc utility for creating the ramdrive. http://memory.dataram.com/__downloads/memory/ramdisk/Dataram_RAMDisk_V3.5.130R20.msi Here's ghacks walkthrough. http://www.ghacks.net/2010/06/10/use-a-ram-disk-to-reduce-writes-on-solid-state-drives/ The just of this is making a virtual drive in your system's memory and using it for file caching, temp storage, and security. Anything writen to the ramdrive, like cookies, will be dumped when the system is powered off or rebooted. You can point your OS, browsers, and other applications to use this drive for their temp files. This will significantly improve access speed to those files. 20x faster then an SSD. (400MB/s vs. 8000MB/s). I haven't tried putting the pagefile there because I have my pagefile disabled. Doing this will relieve an SSD from some thrashing. Here are some claimed benifets from another retail retail ramdrive product's site. http://www.softperfect.com/products/ramdisk/ Five reasons to use a RAM disk: 1.Higher PC performance. Using a fast in-memory disk for temporary data boosts PC performance up, provided you have got a sufficient amount of RAM. 2.Reduced file system fragmentation. The file system on your disks will be far less fragmented as temporary files are never written to the disk. 3.Reduced wear-and-tear of the physical disk. As temporarily files are not written to the disk, there will be fewer read/write cycles, which is especially important for Solid State Drives (SSD) installed in some laptops. 4.Less junk on the hard disk. Often software applications create temporary files that remain undeleted although no longer needed. 5.Less noise and heat from the hard disk. The system will use the hard disk less intensively as it would storing temporary files on the disk.