Article I found

Discussion in 'Windows Applications' started by zapoqx, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. zapoqx

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    So an article I found talks about using Chrome and Firefox to use RAM disk. First, here is the link:
    How to move the Firefox or Chrome cache to a RAM disk and speed up surfing by 20% or more
    Now while I am the type to like speed improvements (and finding myself to use all 3 browsers temporarily until I make my choice), the part I wonder about is the use of RAM Disk within a web browser. Wouldn't that make it more prone to attacks? I mean it uses RAM memory.