Will turning off page file increase performance?
People have tested this theory and found that, while Windows can run without a page file if you have a large amount of RAM, there’s no performance benefit to disabling the page file. However, disabling the page file can result in some bad things.
How can I improve my paging performance?
Don’t implement paging for performance-sensitive applications and avoid making multiple VMs vie for chronically limited memory on the same system. Use more than one spindle. Place the page file on a local physical disk separate from the OS or workloads.
What is a good paging file size?
How much page file do I need for 16GB RAM?
Does page file size affect performance?
Is pagefile good for gaming?
Does Windows 10 need page file?
How big should my pagefile be 8GB RAM?
Do you really need a pagefile?
Does 32gb RAM need pagefile?
On most Windows 10 systems with 8 GB of RAM or more, the OS manages the size of the paging file nicely. The paging file is typically 1.25 GB on 8 GB systems, 2.5 GB on 16 GB systems and 5 GB on 32 GB systems. For systems with more RAM, you can make the paging file somewhat smaller.