RAM Management

The ISO for Active@ Boot Disk was created with Windows PE (Pre-installation Environment), a lighter version of Windows 10.

When booting from the CD/DVD drive or from a USB storage device, Windows PE creates a writable RAM volume (X:) and places itself in this drive for loading. While Windows PE shell is booting up, it loads itself into RAM. After Windows has started, the boot CD/DVD can be removed from the drive or the USB flash card may be removed from the USB port. Starting with 1GB of RAM, all that is left is about 500MB of available space to work with.