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    I/O Booster Whats that?

    I think its a noob Question

    But what does that exactly?

    And what does Junction do in the Ram Disk programm?

    Greetings

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    Not entirely sure about I/O booster but it sounds like a technology to boost IOPS performance.

    As for NTFS Junctions read here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTFS_junction_point

    Basically it's a filesystem feature that allows you to copy a directory somewhere and link back to its original location. When original location is accessed the system automatically reads/writes files, where the files actually are.
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    Thanks

    OK sounds like i dont need I/O booster as long as i dont know what it changes exactly in the system. Maybe someone know it exactly?

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