A paging file is a hidden, optional system storage file on a hard disk. Only one can be attached to a hard disk. If needed, you can add more. The paging file extends the RAM’s capacity. If you have the paging file enabled, operations are automatically sent to the paging file to be stored to free up RAM. It automatically improves system performance.
But for any reason, you have turned on manual page file size or turned off paging files. And you can notice the slow performance of your computer. In this situation, you can try automatic page file size to improve the performance of your computer.
This risewindows article will teach you how to enable automatic page file size in windows 11/10.
How to Enable Automatic Page File Size on Windows 11?
Windows automatically manages the system page file size by default based on several factors, including disk size, speed, etc. Due to some reason, if you have changed it to manual or turned off this feature and want to turn it on, do the following steps:-
Step 1. Firstly, press
Step 2. Next, select the
Step 3. Select the About tile on the right side of “System” to expand.
Step 4. On the About settings page, click the
Step 5. The “System Properties” window will appear when you complete the above steps, and the “System Properties” window will appear. Select the
Step 6. A new window, “Performance Options,” will appear on the screen. Select the Advanced tab and click the
Step 7. Check the checkbox “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives” in the “Virtual Memory” pop-up window.
Step 8. Click on the
Step 9. Press
Step 10. Hit
Step 11. Select
Step 12. Choose
Step 13. Microsoft Windows will prompt you to reboot your computer. Click the
How to Turn On Automatic Page File Size on Windows 10?
To enable or turn on automatic page file size in Windows, here are the steps:-
Step 1. Firstly, Open the setting App.
Step 2. Next, click the
Step 3. Then, select
Step 4. On the About settings page, scroll down to see the “Related settings” area. Then, click the link
Step 5. When the “System Properties” window appears, navigate to the
Step 6. Click on the
Step 7. Again select the
Step 8. Then, click the
Step 9. Ensure “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives” is checked.
Step 10. Click on the
Step 11. Press
Step 12. Hit
Step 13. Select
Step 14. Choose
Step 15. When Microsoft Windows prompts you to reboot your computer, click the