I have a system with 16GB of memory, a 250GB SSD, and a 500GB hard drive. I want to disable vm, but understand that Windows 10 requires it for optimal operation. To save my SSD, I currently have vm set to the hard drive. It's finally dawned on me that I could create a ramdrive in memory and set vm to that. I'm not utilizing all the memory anyway, and if have to, I could boost it up to the 32GB. Does anyone have experience doing this and is this a useful technique? Aside, I looked at caching, but iit would just interfere with my ability to move drives from system to system.