I have just downloaded the RAM Disk trial and the Cache Redirector to give them a try for my browser cache. Looks like a great idea.
It got me wondering if and how to use RAM disk for browser extensions that store temp data. For example tab session managers that auto or manually suspend tabs temporarily. I regularly have ~50 tabs open as I do research, and save sets of tabs for later use. I see that when I am un-suspending and restoring tabs, it hits the disk hard. This of course is expected when restoring, but not for the sessions that are open already and I am just un-suspending them.
I thought it might make sense to use RAM disk for all that data. I investigated one of these, and they put temp data in the profile folder I believe, so not sure how or if my idea could be implements.
So, thought I would ask you folks. Please advise.