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Windows ReadyBoost (e.g.) ---> Plug-ins?

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Windows Vista claims to have a feature (ReadyBoost) that can utilize USB thumb drives as RAM.

I don't use Vista, but I know copycat programs exist that will allow you to do this in non-Vista systems. Has anyone who's tried this noticed any significant improvements in CPU management? Moreover, would there be any way to delegate resources to handle specific processes, like plug-ins only?