In all seriousness though, I haven't even looked at this on Windows in over a decade, but can't you set it to a certain size if you are religiously compelled to mess with it against all reason? That's still got to be much better than just outright disabling it.
Yes, you can still manually set the size in Windows.
That belies a cool technical detail. As of Windows 8 the swap is automagically adjusted in size based upon your commit usage.
So my system has 32GB of RAM, but it's uncommon for me to exceed that. So based upon those metrics Windows has set my swap to 2GB in size.
The kernel has some room for basic data management and worst case scenarios. It also retains the ability to dynamically expand the swap if the stuff hits the fan (an ancient feature).
All this occurred after Mark Russinovich posted a giant series of blog posts about the swap, how to properly adjust it, and the problem with many of the urban legends. Apparently he kicked the kernel team to create a sane system in Windows 8 forward.
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