Solved have broadband Hi speed Net Conn (54 MBPS)

April 1, 2013 at 07:33:30
Specs: Windows 7
Question " why is Bytes sent (lower Number) less than Bytes received (higher number) ?

Also has (4) flash thumb drives dedicated to "Ready Boost" utilization And has A SD card dedicated to it as well. [ SD card is 2 GB ]


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#1
April 1, 2013 at 08:37:41
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Your bytes sent and bytes recieved only refers to total network/internet activity. Unless you upload tons of stuff to your network or the internet, your recieved will always be larger than your sent. When you go to a website or download something, it adds to your recieved because you are recieving information. It does requre you to send some information to recieve information, but it is minimal.

As far as all of the drives dedicated to ready boost; It doesnt directly relate to your bytes recieved/sent question. Also, I don't see why you need that many connected to your computer unless you have minimal system memory.


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#2
April 1, 2013 at 08:53:22
It is silly to have 4 usb sticks and a memory card set to ready boost. You would slow your machine down not speed it up. Use only the memory card since they are usually faster.

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#3
April 1, 2013 at 11:59:18
thanks for the Info, learned something new today. Just so you know my "machine " currently "reports" available physical memory, and available virtual memory as when combined into one number {{ 6.54 GB of available memory }} As currently configured,appreciate the help though.

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April 1, 2013 at 20:50:49
Exactly how much RAM do you have. That is what is important. You can't make up for that with usb sticks.

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