Wouldn't it be nice to load and run all of your computer applications at an ultra fast rate?
Virtual Hard Drive takes a portion of your system memory (RAM) and uses it to simulate a hard disk drive, dramatically increasing file read speed. Virtual Hard Drive boosts the performance of your programs by reading their information in just nano-seconds!
PC Gamers can use Virtual Hard Drive as a fast and easy way to load the time-consuming graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
System administrators can use it to dramatically reduce the read time of Web and Data Servers on frequently accessed pages.
So whether you're looking to load your computer games with blazing speed or to dramatically enhance the read time of your data server, Virtual Hard Drive is an all-in-one solution.
Most users will see dramatic performance improvements in their application speeds because the disk subsystem is the slowest part of the computer and it slows everything down. In order to access data stored on a disk drive, the user has to wait for the mechanical speed of the disk subsystem.
But with Virtual Hard Drive users can install their favorite applications on the virtual hard drive and run them at blistering speed with no changes to the applications themselves!
Virtual Hard Drive speeds up applications because RAM is much faster than mechanical hard disks for storing and retrieving data. Applications that do a lot of reading and writing to storage will show the most improvement with Virtual Hard Drive, including:
Internet Explorer cache for faster web surfing
Audio and Video editing
Web server cache
Custom applications with high I/O, high bandwidth, or high security requirements
No wear and tear!
An additional feature of a Virtual Hard Drive is that it will never wear out. You can access it at maximum bandwidth at any time without fear of mechanical failure, or performance-slowing fragmentation.
And unlike a physical hard disk drive, Virtual Hard Drive operating at maximum bandwidth does not produce excessive heat, noise or vibrations.
Virtual Hard Drive can also enhance battery life in laptops, since the power-hungry hard drive is invoked less frequently.