Ars Technica heeft een Windows NT RAM & page file optimization guide in elkaar gedraaid.
Unfortunately, most users never question their virtual memory, or "pagefile", settings. That's too bad because there are numerous ways to improve upon the default settings NT will establish on install, many of which can really affect the speed of your machine. It's not uncommon to see someone who, upon experiencing a good amount of disk thrashing, heads out to buy more RAM when RAM isn't the problem. You have to be able to analyze your needs intelligently. You shouldn't even consider buying RAM without first taking into account the state of your pagefile settings.
So, without further adieu, here's the Ars Guide to RAM and Pagefile mojo under Windows NT 4.0.
...en die info lees je hier.