3 steps to accelerate the performance of pc

| Senin, 04 April 2011

Windows XP performance
I several times encountered a computer (PC) or laptop computer with a relatively high specification and above, but when running the program / browsing in windows explorer, often feels slow. After review, the user often pays little attention to how the [tip] improve the performance of Windows XP that is used.
In fact many ways / tips to improve the performance of Windows, can be done in software maupu hardware. Which will be discussed here is to improve the performance of Windows (the software) with 3 simple steps.
1. Manage Settings "Performance Options"
Right-click My Computer, select the Advanced tab and click Settings in the Performance section
For computer work faster, then choose Adjust for best performance, but if you want to keep using XP view, just select (check) the option:

* Use visual styles on windows and buttons
* Smooth edges of screen fonts
* Use drop shadows for icon labels on the desktop (if enabled desktop icon)
Other animations are not so important, so remove the check mark in it.
2. Set an application that runs with windows
It probably would have much effect to the performance and memory usage. Some users did not notice what applications run automatically with windows when start up. Though many applications are not important, but always running in the backround, so it would take Memory (RAM) your computer and sometimes worsens the performance.
If you use a laptop, it is usually an application that automatically runs with the windows will be more and more. One indication is the number of icons in the system tray. How to organize and examine the applications that run with Windwos this?
The easiest and recommended way is to use free software Autorun, can be downloaded here
In addition to small size, this software is portable. But maybe this is the best autorun applications that exist for this. Once downloaded, run it and select the Logon tab. Well the list that is displayed is a list of applications that run automatically with Windows. Remove the check for the application does not automatically run.
Applications that are not essential facilities such as auto update / registration from programs such as printer, Adobe Acrobat, CorelDraw and others. Also here are some applications that are often involved walking along the windows, but not so important:

* Adobe Acrobat SpeedLauncher
* Alcmtr (Realtek Azalia Audio - Event Monitor)
* EPSON Status Monitor (if using other printers, like HP, Canon and others are also available)
* RTHDCPL (Realtek HD Audio Control Panel)
* Skytel (Realtek Voice Manager)
* SunJavaUpdSched (Java (TM) Platform SE binary)
* And others
This tip should also be accelerating the process of booting the computer. If still slow, try baga also the article Tips to overcome booting / loading slow computer
Attention ..! Do not remove the check (tick) in the 2 components that are above, namely userinit.exe and explorer.exe, because it can cause windows not get in (login) .. If this happens, then when booting (after restart) press-press the F8 key until a boot option, to then select Safe Mode. Then login with the user such as that used previously. After entering Safe Mode, open / run Autoruns and restart the above 2 components, then reboot.
3. Turning Off Indexing Service
Windows Indexing service is a facility to create and update the index files / folders on a regular basis, so that when using the Search facility on the explorer, the search can be faster. Sometimes this feature often makes a slow PC performance, especially if you rarely use the Search / Find. To disable aktifkannya through the following steps:

1. Open the Control Panel> Add or Remove Programs
2. Choose Add / Remove Windows Components
3. Hlangkan check mark next click Indexing Service
4. Wait until the process is complete
What is clear Maih many other tips to improve the performance of windows xp, but at least with these first two steps, you will feel perbedaannya.kayanya worth trying if you delay you may forget what you expect

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