Disk cache

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A disk cache is a portion of RAM (such as 2 or 4 MB), which are reserved as a cache relative to the hard disk. The cache works like a buffer, enabling great improvements in the disk read and write operations.

Disk cache is built-in in Windows 95.

Please see the software tips.


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