I'm looking for ramdisk software (and have trialled 4 others) that can make use of so-called "unmanaged" memory (memory not recognised on a 32-bit Windows system - typically anything over 3.5GB).
Can SoftPerfect's Ramdisk make use of such memory (via PAE) and if not, is there any intention of adding such a feature in future? There's little point in ramdisk software otherwise, since Windows itself does a pretty good job of managing memory and caching data.
Unfortunately our RAM disk cannot make use of this memory. There is also no intention of adding such a feature in the future as 32-bit versions of Windows are likely to disappear in the nearest future.
As to if there's a point of using a RAM disk otherwise. In short, there is a point and more than one. You can download any hard disk speed test to find that in certain situations RAM disks are superior to hard disks by hundreds of times.