In Windows XP
Most people use Windows XP, this article is for them, Now let's read the explanation below to use your pen drive as RAM in Windows XP.
First connect your USB drive to your PC (Pen drive should be at least 1GB)
After your PC has finished its work detection you have to do a little much
Step 1- Right-click on My Computer and click Properties
Step 2- Click the Advanced tab and click Performance
Step 3- Now click Advanced, and then click Virtual Memory
Step 4- Select your flash drive and click Custom size
Step 5- Now view the available memory in your flash drive and write it down and then click OK
Now that you're done, restart your PC and enjoy your system faster.
In the windows Wista and Windows 7
Windows Wista and Windows 7 comes with a ReadyBoost option. ReadyBoost is a component of Microsoft's disk cache, it works by using the flash memory, USB flash drive, SD card or flash mass storage unit as a cache, anyway leave this now see how to use these features .
Step 1- Insert your flash drive and format it with FAT32 or NTFS
Step 2- Right-click the volume on your external device and click Properties
Step 3- Now click the ReadyBoost tab and using this unit '
Step 4- Choose maximum space at the speed of reserve system and click OK and Apply
Now your Ready Boost flash drive is ready to use.