101 cara meningkatkan performance windows XP

Pada artikel sebelumnya juga pernah dibahas mengenai meningkatkan performance windows XP,  nah pada artikel ini juga akan dibahas mengenai masalah tersebut. Memang pembahasan untuk meningkatkan performance sistem operasi Windows Xp tidak pernah habisnya, ada saja cara untuk memberi kenyamanan kita dalam menjalankan sistem operasi ini pada komputer, karna kenyamanan berbanding lurus dengan semangat kerja, semakin cepat proses kerja komputer kita maka semakin semangat dan betah berlama-lama didepan komputer. Sebenarnya bila kita tidak mau repot untuk urusan ini, kita tinggal menambah kapasitas memory saja sehingga performance komputer kita semakain cepat, tapi bagi anda yang ingin sedikit repot silahkan ikuti panduan berikut. Untuk pembahasan kali ini adalah meningkatkan performance windows XP dengan 101 cara ditinjau dari sistem operasinya.

Tech Tips (1-12)

1. Turn off or reduce system restore to save hard drive space

2. Altering page files

3. Clean out prefetch folder

4. Set priority for individual programs

5. Cleaning up unwanted startup programs

6. Defrag your hard drive

7. Disable unnecessary services

8. Disable the Disk performance counter(s)

9. Turn Off Windows Indexing service

10. Increasing desktop Graphics Performance

11. Check and set the DMA mode on your drives

12. Smooth out your mouse movement

Useful Tech Tips for Windows (13-30)

13. Resize screen fonts on the fly in Internet Explorer

14. Mouse Sonar

15. Quick back and forward commands in Internet explorer

16. Mount a new hard drive as a folder in your C: drive

17. Enable clear type

18. Create a keyboard shortcut to a folder or program

19. Use remote desktop to connect to your PC from anywhere (XP Pro only)

20. XP Powertoys

21. Backing up or transferring your email manually with outlook express

22. Running legacy software in Windows XP

23. Compressing files and folders to save space

24. Open explorer window from current command prompt directory

25. Using Quick Edit in the Command Prompt

26. Select ‘No to all’ when copying files in XP

27. Bypass the recycle bin when deleting a file

28. Create a link to shutdown your PC

29. Hosting online games through the Windows XP firewall

30. Rename multiple files simultaneously

Security, privacy and recovery tips (31-44)

31. Use the Windows 2000-style secure logon screen

32. Hiding shared folders with $

33. Using advanced file security settings in Windows XP Home

34. Create a password reset disk

35. Applying a password to the ‘administrator’ account in XP Home

36. ‘Rolling back’ a faulty device driver

37. Disable simple file sharing (XP Professional only)

38. Using the Windows XP firewall

39. Turn autocomplete off in IE

40. Using the Windows XP repair installation process

41. Add, Clear or remove the ‘my recent documents’ menu

42. Creating a desktop shortcut for locking your computer

43. Giving a password to the ‘Guest’ user account

44. Use system restore when you cannot boot your system normally

Customizing Windows XP (45-58)

45. Stop Windows messenger from running

46. Run command prompt utilities successfully from shortcuts

47. Remove the XP desktop theme

48. Change start menu style

49. Add my computer and other missing icons to your desktop

50. Change the picture in the welcome screen

51. Add items to the ‘Send To’ right click option

52. Automatically run programs when starting Windows XP

53. Create a screensaver from your pictures

54. Modify autoplay for different types of CD

55. Different folder types with XP

56. Using ‘my computer’ as a toolbar

57. Enlarge and resize the quicklaunch bar

58. Disable desktop cleanup wizard

Essential advice for Beginners (59-80)

59. Stopping desktop ad popups

60. Displaying hidden files and folders

61. Convert Your drives to the NTFS file system

62. Formatting a hard drive partition larger than 32 Gigs with FAT32

63. Finding your IP address and other information with IPCONFIG

64. Update your machine automatically

65. Logging in as the ‘Administrator’ account

66. Update your drivers

67. Check your PC for spyware and other nasties

68. Show the quicklaunch bar

69. Locking the desktop

70. Using the Windows Scientific calculator feature

71. Accessibility tools

72. Set a new home page in explorer

73. Remove the annoying dog from the search screen

74. Change the look of your mouse pointer.

75. Email attachments are the most common vector for viruses.

76. Keyboard shortcuts

77. Set monitor refresh rate

78. Set power options

79. Creating shortcuts

80. Create passwords for all your user accounts!

Registry tweaks For performance (81-93)

81. Backing up and restoring the windows registry

82. How to edit the windows registry (before other reg tips)

83. Keep Windows operating data in main memory

84. Disable the DOS 8.3 naming convention to save system resources

85. Stop the ‘last access update’ from taking up system resources

86. Clear the Page File (virtual memory) when shutting down XP

87. Get Rid of XP’s annoying balloon tips

88. Adding additional Icons to ‘my computer’

89. Speed up the Start Menu

90. Display message on startup

91. Set the default download directory for Internet Explorer

92. Change the size of thumbnail pictures

93. Opening a Command Prompt to a Particular Directory from Explorer

Miscellaneous registry tweaks (94-101)

94. Disable error reporting on program crash

95. Automatically close non-responsive programs

96. Permanently bypass the recycle bin when deleting files

97. Show administrator account on welcome screen

98. Enable/Disable Active Window Tracking to Mouse Movements

99. Launch Programs at Login Without Using the Startup Folder

100. Force windows XP to reboot upon crashing

101. Disable admin shares

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