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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Simple tricks to Speed Up Windows

Effectiveness of these tricks may vary, the following tips might make your computer unstable. PROCEED WITH CAUTION. Also do not forget to do backups of your registry before tweaking. 

How to Back up your registry start> run> regedit> file> export - name your backup . Reg > click ok.

Disable Windows Service that is not required
Because the windows intended for different users and tasks, then the windows makes the service was not actually not really necessary. The following service resource that do not often consume a little, with disable (to the non-active) then the computer we can get a little boost because of it.
Here are the services:
  • Alerter.
  • ClipBook.
  • Computer Browser.
  • Distributed Link Tracking Client.
  • Fast User Switching.
  • Help and Support - (If you use windows help, then this step just skip).
  • Human Interface Access Devices.
  • Indexing Service.
  • IPSEC Services.
  • Messenger.
  • NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing.
  • Portable Media Serial Number.
  • Remote Desktop Help Session Manager.
  • Remote Procedure Call Locator.
  • Remote Registry.
  • Remote Registry Service.
  • Secondary Logon.
  • Routing & Remote Access.
  • Server.
  • Telnet.
  • TCP / IP NetBIOS Helper.
  • Upload Manager.
  • Universal Plug and Play Device Host.
  • Wireless Zero Configuration - (Do not disable if you use the Wireless).
  • Workstation.
How to disable the services mentioned above:
  • Click Start> Run> type "services.msc".
  • Double click the service that want to be changed.
  • Change the startup type to 'Disable".

Turn off System restore
System restore can be useful if the computer is faulty, but all who are saved restore points can take a big elbow room on my hard drive. System restore burden due to constantly monitor the system, disable system restore with the most resorce be allocated to another thing.
  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Click Performance and Maintenance.
  3. Click on System.
  4. Click the System Restore tab.
  5. Click 'Turn off System Restore on All Drives'.
  6. Click 'Ok'.

Defrag Pagefile
Keeping your pagefile defragmented can Provide a major performance boost. One of the best Airways of doing this is to create a separate partition on your hard drive just for your page file, so That it does not get impacted by normal disk usage. Another way of keeping your pagefile defragmented is to run PageDefrag. This cool little app can be used to defrag your pagefile, and can also be set to defrag the pagefile everytime your PC starts. To install: Download and Run PageDefrag.
  1. Tick the 'Defrag at next Reboot'.
  2. Click 'OK'.
  3. Reboot.

Accelerating Access Folder - with disable Last Access Update
If you have lots of folders and subdirectories, then access to directories on Windows XP feels very heavy and often waste of time. By updating the time stamp on the registry, the last access updates for all sub directories.
  1. Start> Run> regedit.
  2. Search key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetControlFileSystem".
  3. Right-click on the part and not (looking for a blank area) and select 'DWORD Value'.
  4. Create a DWORD Value with the name 'NtfsDisableLastAccessUpdate'.
  5. Right click on the new values ​​continue to select 'Modify'.
  6. Change the data to be '1'.
  7. Click 'OK'.

To disable the Microsoft System Sounds
By default MS makes the computer sound systems sound / voice when the initial boot, shutdown, error, etc.. The scenario clearly sounds windows makes the computer slower especially in the initial boot time and shutdown), for her disabled please follow these steps:
  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Click Sounds and Audio Devices.
  3. Click the Sounds tab.
  4. Choose 'No Sounds' from the Sound Scheme.
  5. Click 'No'.
  6. Click 'Apply'.
  7. Click 'OK'.

Speeding up boot time
That pretty cool feature of Windows XP is the ability to defragment when there is in the boot process. Boot Defrag on organizing principle file-file that are relevant to the boot sequence. By default this feature is already enabled on several Build of Windows, but some windows does not build it.
  1. Start Menu> Run.
  2. Type regedit and then 'OK'.
  3. Search key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftDfrgBootOptimizeFunction".
  4. Find the 'Enable' the right regedit.
  5. Click 'Modify'.
  6. Select 'Y to enable'.
  7. Reboot.

Accelerating Performance Swapfile
If you have more than 256MB RAM sort of tweaking who will make your system run faster. This basically tweaking the PC we use every byte of physical memory installed on our computer, BEFORE using a swap file.
  1. Start> Run.
  2. Type 'Msconfig.exe' and then click 'OK'.
  3. Click on the System.ini tab.
  4. Click the plus sign on the tab 386Enh.
  5. Click on the new box and then type 'ConservativeSwapfileUsage = 1'.
  6. Click 'OK'.
  7. Restart.

Speeding up Loading Windows Menu
This tweak is my favourite tweaking, because our computer will be faster. This waste of time tweaking the delay when we click the menu and Windows XP to show Menu.
  1. Start> Run.
  2. Type regedit and then 'OK'.
  3. Search key "HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktop"
  4. Select / Highlight 'MenuShowDelay'.
  5. Right click and select 'Modify'.
  6. Type the number '100'.
Figures 50-150 is a fine day range, can be adjusted by your Mood.

Accelerating Loading Program
This tweaking can walk to most programs. If the program will not load as expected, please wrote back to original settings.
  1. Right-click on the icon / shortcut reply related to the program.
  2. And then properties.
  3. In the 'target', add '/ prefetch: 1' at the end of sentences.
  4. Click 'Ok'.
It's easy, programs will load faster.

Accelerate Shutdown of Windows XP
This reduces waiting time tweaking automatically when windows have received instructions to shutdown.
  1. Start> Run.
  2. Type 'regedit'> OK.
  3. Search key "HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktop".
  4. Highlight 'WaitToKillAppTimeout'.
  5. Right click and select 'Modify'.
  6. Change the value to '1000'.
  7. Click 'OK'.
  8. Highlight 'HungAppTimeout'.
  9. Right click and select 'Modify'.
  10. Change the value to '1000'.
  11. Click 'OK'.
  12. Search key "HKEY_USERS.DEFAULTControl PanelDesktop" and highlight 'WaitToKillAppTimeout'.
  13. Right click and select 'Modify'.
  14. Change the value to '1000'.
  15. Click 'OK'.
  16. Search key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetControl" and highlight 'WaitToKillServiceTimeout'.
  17. Right click and select 'Modify'.
  18. Change the value to '1000'.
  19. Click 'OK'.


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