Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 11th May 2009 20:43 UTC
Windows SuperFetch is a technology in Windows Vista and onwards that is often misunderstood. I decided to delve into this technology to see what it is all about, and to dispel some of the myths surrounding this feature.
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RE[4]: OSX does this
by DavidSan on Tue 12th May 2009 16:45 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: OSX does this"
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"Mac OS X and some *NIXs do differently. They are slow to lunch the app, but when you quit the app, not all resources are flushed out of memory... So if you later decide to re-open the application, the application will open faster.


As explained in the article, Windows does that as well.
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Of course, Windows Vista does it too, but when I said "differently" I was referring to Super fetch approach. Mac OS X does not have super fetch.

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