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SuperFetch on CCBoot

superfetch, diskless

SuperFetch may not be as beneficial on diskless systems. Since the image is already stored on an SSD with fast access speeds, the advantages of SuperFetch may be limited. Additionally, SuperFetch consumes additional RAM and CPU resources, which might not be justified in a diskless environment.

In diskless setups, the storage is essentially clean after each reboot, negating the need for SuperFetch to load data from a disk. Windows itself employs disk caching automatically, further diminishing the necessity of SuperFetch in such scenarios. The primary exception to this recommendation would be situations where frequently reopening a specific game or application on the same PC could potentially benefit from SuperFetch's data preloading capabilities.