Speed Up Your Linux System with Preload

With all of the netbooks flooding the market, many users are being introduced to Linux for the first time.  Although Linux has the potential to be a little more complicated, many argue that it offers greater flexibility and customization.  TechThrob.com has a great post about Preload, a Linux daemon that runs as a background process to learn your computing trends in order to optimize unused RAM.  Ubuntu users can download the Preload package by performing the sudo apt-get install preload command.  Ultimately, Preload has the potential to improve application startup and overall system responsiveness.

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