I recently transitioned from Windows XP to Win10 and things work quite slow in some areas. When I open a folder that has a large number of pictures in it (not showing thumbnails) it takes a remarkably long time for it to load everything and settle down. Or if I want to change the way it sorts things in such a large folder, same thing. I'm trying to think of how I might improve performance and one difference is that in XP I had a 4 GB SWAP file, while now on Win10 I didn't fiddle with its size. Could increasing the size of the page file mitigate some of this? Of course, quite possible the difference is due to change in OS, but beyond that, generally speaking, could increasing swap size lead to faster performance?