Thursday, May 20, 2010

Tips/Trik Percepat Kinerja Windows XP

We all must be happy Dunk if the computer has a fast and not too long to wait loadingnya .. right???. On occasion this time, I'll give you a little tips and tricks how to speed up windows xp performance without having to use large RAM (If it uses a large RAM I do not need to write this article Okay ... let's learn together, but keep in remember ... before you use these tips and tricks, how good your backup your registry first just in case trouble happens if later on so that we can restore the original settings of these backups.

Accelerating Access Folders - with disable Last Access Update.

If you have lots of folders and subdirectories, then access to the Directory-directory of Windows XP will be very heavy and often would be a waste of time. By updating the time stamp on the registry, namely last access updates to all sub directories. Follow the steps below:

· Choose Start> Run> Regedit

· Click "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> System> CurrentControlSet> Control> File system"

· Click right on the other (empty yangg search area), and select 'DWORD Value'

· Create a DWORD Value with the name 'NtfsDisableLastAccessUpdate'

· Click right on the new values continue to select 'Modify'

· Change the data to be '1 '

· Click 'OK'

To enable non-Microsoft System Sounds

By default MS makes the computer sound systems sound / voice when the initial boot, shutdown, error, etc.. This scenario clearly sounds windows will make the computer slower (especially in the initial boot and shutdown time), for her disabled please follow these steps:

· Open the Control Panel

· Click the Sounds and Audio Devices

· Click the Sounds tab

· Choose "No Sounds" from the Sound Scheme

· Click "No"

· Click "Apply"

· Click "OK"

Speeding up boot time

A pretty cool feature of Windows XP is the ability to defragmented when it is in the process of booting. Boot Defrag on the principle of who organize the files relevant to the boot sequence. By default, this feature has been activated on several Build of Windows, but some windows build does not, it is better if we cross check against fiotur this one.

· Start Menu> Run> Regedit

· Click "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> SOFTWARE> Microsoft> Dfrg> BootOpt imizeFunction"

· Find "Enable" the right side of regedit

· Click "Modify"

· Select "Y to enable"

Reboot your computer ·

Accelerating Performance swap file

If you have 256MB of ram is bigger than this sort of tweaking that 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.

· Start> Run

· "Msconfig.exe"> OK

· Click System.ini tab

· Click the plus sign on the tab 386enh

· Click on the new box and then type "ConservativeSwapfileUsage = 1"

· Click OK

· Restart

Speeding up Windows Menu Loading

This waste of time tweaking the delay when we click menus and windows XP to show Menu.

· Start> Run> Regedit

· Select "HKEY_CURRENT_USER> Control Panel> Desktop"

· Select / Highlight "MenuShowDelay"

· Click right and select "Modify '

· Type the number "100" (default 400)

Loading accelerate the program.

This tweaking can walk to most programs. If the program will not load as expected, please aja restored to original settings.

· Click right on the icon / shortcut who associated with the program.

· Properties

· In the box 'target', add '/ prefetch: 1' at the end of sentences.

· Click "OK"

Speeding up Windows XP Shutdown.

This reduces waiting time tweaking it automatically when windows have received instructions for the shutdown.

· Start> Run> Regedit

· Select 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER> Control Panel> Desktop'

· Highlight 'WaitToKillAppTimeout'

· Click right and select Modify

· Change the value to '1000 '(the default 20 000)

· Click 'OK'

· Highlight 'HungAppTimeout'

· Click right and select Modify

· Change the value to '1000 '

· Click 'OK'

· Then Select 'HKEY_USERS>. DEFAULT> Control Panel> Desktop' highlight 'WaitToKillAppTimeout'

· Click right and select Modify

· Change the value to '1000 '(the default 20 000)

· Click 'OK'

· Then select 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> System> CurrentControlSet> Control' highlight 'WaitToKillServiceTimeout'

· Click right and select Modify

· Change the value to '1000 '

· Click 'OK'

good luck


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