The tips and tricks on this blog will help you to get the best out of your Windows XP, both Home and Pro versions.

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  • Speed Up 'Details' View in Explorer
    on Apr 25, 2011
    For computer users who like to view their files in Windows Explorer's 'Details' view, this easy tweak will help to speed up the listing of files contained in a folder. The improvement is most noticeable with a folder that contains a large number of f...
  • Speed Up Startup
    on Apr 17, 2011
    A standard XP configuration takes time to start up. But, those nice folks at Microsoft have provided a number of ways to get the system up and running a bit quicker. One of the simplest ways to speed up the process is to not have Background Intellige...
  • Modify Visual Effects To Increase Performance
    on Apr 17, 2011
    This simple tweak will make your computer run quite a bit faster.In Explorer, right-click on My Computer.Select 'Properties' from the menu.Click on the 'Advanced' tab.Then click on 'Settings'. Clear the tick boxes for all items in the list except:&nb...
  • Increase Menu Reaction Speed
    on Apr 17, 2011
    When you scroll through a menu there is necessarily a slight delay before it opens to avoid an unselected menu opening and slowing up your pointer action. Although the delay is only milliseconds, for some of us the delay is too long. If you would...
  • Reduce The Size Of The Master Volume Control
    on Apr 17, 2011
    If you double click on the speaker icon in the lower right-hand corner of your computer screen, the Master Volume Control will pop up. On a small screen, such as the 10'' screen of a netbook, the control can appear too large.To reduce the size (on sc...
  • Clean The Prefetch Folder To Improve Performance
    on Apr 17, 2011
    Prefetch is used in Windows XP to tell the system how best to load software when it is run. It doesn't actually preload the software into memory, so it doesn't slow down your computer. In fact, the prefetch actually improves the performance of XP. Ho...
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