The Windows 10 operating system is designed by Microsoft to provide users with a seamless user experience. One of the features that supports this goal is SuperFetch. This feature is designed to speed up access to frequently used apps and files by using memory to continuously load data in the background.
Although SuperFetch offers many benefits, it can also have undesirable effects on system performance. Especially if your computer has limited memory, SuperFetch can do more harm than good. In this case, disabling the feature may make sense.