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Setting Up a Computer to Avoid Slow Downs

Setting Up a Computer to Avoid Slow Downs - Installing the program on a computer is not something that is difficult, almost everyone who had been using the computer is a regular job. The problem with low computer specifications limitations such as Pentium III or IV will inevitably be constrained duration of the loading process.

The slow computer can be caused by many things. Could be due to a virus-infected computer, many programs are installed without regard computer specifications itself, or it could be not powerful computer with anti-virus program installed.

By setting up the parts which I will explain this to a computer generated no less fast with a Pentium IV computer.

Setting Up a Computer to Avoid Slow Downs

The addition of RAM memory is indeed a solution to overcome a slow computer, but still there are some processes that are considered old. With this trick can hopefully tackle the problem without adding more RAM. Some space that we set are as follows:

System Properties
System Configuration

Setting Up a Computer to Avoid Slow Downs

1. Seting up System Properties

Is space contains information about the name and organization of the owner. You can open it by right clicking on the My Computer icon and select Properties. Or it could be by pressing the Start button + Pause Break.

Follow the steps as follows:
  1. Right click on the My Computer icon and select Properties.
  2. Click the System Restore, make sure you click the Turn Off System Restore On All Drives. It would be very useful to dispel some of the ways the virus propagation.
  3. Then click Advanced.
  4. There are 3 settings menu below. Click the Settings first, and make sure you select the Adjust For Best Performance.
  5. Continue by clicking Apply.
  6. Wait a moment, and display windows will turn into a classic. The display can we change the way we wanted it later.
  7. Next click Advanced, and click Change to change the Virtual Memory. (Virtual memory is the memory that made Space shadows to help the performance of the original memory that we call the RAM. Virtual memory is going to ask for the room on the hard drive.
In the sub menu Custom Size, there Initial Size column. Fill a column with numbers at least 2 times the amount of RAM you have installed. Suppose you install RAM 128 MB, then fill the column with the minimum number of 256. And in the next column contents with 2 x first column. Do not forget to click Set. Click OK, and OK again to return to the System Properties beginning.

* Now, click the Settings menu the third, you will see two columns containing the number 30. Fox that number to 3. Then uncheck the Checklist (v) the Automatically Restart.
* Click OK to finish.
* Close the System Properties by clicking OK
From the results of earlier brain-tweaking, display windows was very boring. Everything was Classic, as if instead of Windows XP. Do not worry, it's just a look that we can change at any time.

  • Right click on an empty space on the Desktop and select Properties area so that the Display Properties dialog box appears.
  • Click the Themes menu, then on Themes column below, click on the arrow (Pop-up) and select Windows XP.
  • If you have previously selected Windows XP, then select Themes else first, then click the arrow again and select Windows XP. This was done to provoke the real look of Windows XP.
  • Click Apply and see the result.
  • Then click the Desktop menu, note at the bottom. There are sub menus Customize Desktop, click on the menu.
  • At the next dialog box, make sure you uncheck Checklist (v) on the Run Desktop Cleanup Every 60 Days. This was done to avoid the automatic removal of Windows on the icon that has been considered unimportant, whereas we think is still very important.
  • Click OK and OK again to close the Display Properties

2. Seting up System Configuration

The next room we are going to surgery is the System Configuration.
  • Consider the following steps:
  • Click Start, select Run and type msconfig then Ok or directly press Enter.
  • In the top row of the menu, on the right end are the Startup menu. Click on the menu.
Look to the bottom, there is a series of names with each having a check mark (v). These names is an indication that the program will always run when Windows first appeared. And if we allow ceklisnya sign, then Windows will be a little slow when first loading process. Discard check mark on the name of the program that is deemed unnecessary to be displayed on the START UP time. Then click Apply
Click OK to close the System Configuration and click Restart.

After Restart computer desktop and back into the room, you were surprised by the appearance of the dialog box are of course English. Simply click the small box to give the checklist on the Do not Show This Massage then click OK. Then the box was not going to show up again when the new Windows Restart.

3. Seting up Registry

Windows Registry is a space administrator. Entry and exit of installed programs will always report first to the Registry.
Here is a directory contained in the Registry which will we are setting :

We are going to touch a part of a and b. Follow the steps below :
  • Click Start, select Run and type in regedit, click OK or directly press Enter.
  • Click the plus sign ( + ) in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER
  • Click the plus sign ( + ) in the Control Panel
  • Click the plus sign ( + ) on the Desktop ( See the right-hand window in Desktop position. There is a dizzying array of Strings that enough and of course English. 's And find MenuShowDelay. If you have found, double-click and change its value from 400 to 0, then click OK ).
  • Now back to the left pane.
  • Under the Desktop directory there is a sub-directory of Windows Metrics. Click on the sub-directory and note the right pane.
  • Search and find MinAnimate, double-click on the value and change its value to 1, click OK.
Now close the Registry with the Alt + F4 or by clicking on the cross ( X ) in the upper right of the window. Restart your computer and see the results.

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