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notyalca / Using a RAM Disk for Google Chrome's Temporary Files.md
Last active Oct 22, 2018
Using a RAM Disk for Google Chrome's Temporary Files
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Using a RAM Disk for Chrome's Temporary Files

(In Windows 10)

Set up The RAM Disk

  1. Create a RAM Disk using one of many popular utilities.
  2. Set the Drive letter of the RAM Disk to Z (or anything else, provided you edit the batch file accordingly)
  3. Create "temp","tmp", and "Browsers\Chrome" directories in the RAM Disk

Create the Batch File

  1. Create the batch file as described in chrome.bat below
  2. Launch Chrome using that batch file
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