I'm really getting fed up with Microsoft's garbage. Both of my Windows 2000 systems have 512 MB. So, running out of memory is not an issue. Even when doing MPEG-2 encoding on the one system, the most that gets used is around 320-330 MB. However, I'm beyond fed up with Windows telling me that it needs to increase my swap space even when Task Manager shows that only 200 or so of that 512 MB RAM is being used. Swap space is there for when the system runs out of memory, or at least that's the way it's supposed to be. Has anyone used the supposedly-award-winning MemTurbo? If so, does it alleviate this swap space stupidity? Does it really optimize memory usage? Does anyone know of any other products or tweaks to stop this stupidity, besides wiping the drive clean and going straight to Solaris or Linux?