While RAM can prioritize the programs you’re currently using, it loses this information forever when the PC is turned off. Intel® Optane™ memory, on the other hand, retains these preferences even after you turn off the PC. This means your PC is more responsive, the more you use it.
Yes. Intel® Optane™ memory is not as fast as RAM, and it cannot replace RAM entirely. It can be used to augment system RAM, bridging a gap between ‘memory’ and ‘storage’. Intel® Optane™ memory can make the programs and files you use most often more responsive.
In a word, “Accelerate”. If your PC uses a hard disk drive (HDD), Intel® Optane™ memory can give your HDD the speed and responsiveness of a solid state drive (SSD).