How Windows 8’s memory management modifications make for a better user experience

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    Continuing the trend started with Windows 7 of each new Windows version placing lighter demands on the system than its predecessor, Microsoft has been talking up some of Windows 8’s new approaches to saving memory.

    Some changes continue work started in Windows 7. Windows depends on a considerable number of system services to provide key functionality, and many of these system services start when the system boots and continue to run for as long as the operating system is running. This has two effects; it makes booting take longer, because the services all have to start before the operating system will log in, and these services use system memory.

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