There is nothing to be gained from changing virtual memory settings, and never has been. It's best to just let Windows manage it.
Hi, I'm using a Celeron D, Win XP with a 400Mhz processor, 256 FSB system. Quite inadequate I know. However, I added a 512MB RAM to my default 256MB. I've also tweaked quite a lot of stuff from BIOS settings to being sensible when installing softwares. My PC is lean and quite fast. Can adjusting the virtual memory speed up my machine? My total paging file size is as follows : recommemded 1138MB, currently allocated 1140MB. Appreciate feedback and any tips that can speed up better or increase RAM.