you need
  • operating system Windows XP.
system optimization is to add or disable certain components, such as graphic effects that run services, etc.The whole setup may take a few hours, but sometimes sufficient to consider a few basic parameters.
First of all, pay attention to the graphic effects that absolutely do not bring positive points but harmonious perception.If you schedule a little interested, it is recommended to change the wallpaper on a simple, put a classic theme and reduce the bit depth of icons in the system.
All these operations can be done in the applet "Display Properties", which runs through the desktop context menu or by the element "Display" in the "Control Panel."In the window that opens, navigate to
the "Desktop" and change the background image.The last tab lets you change the bit depth of the displayed items.
then you can reduce the download time is constantly used applications.To do this, the shortcut of the program is necessary to change the startup parameter.Open the label of any utility (the file context menu, select "Properties") and in the field "Object" append the value / prefetch: 1.Your changed line should look like this: C: \ Program Files \ Primer \ primer.exe / prefetch: 1.Click "Apply" and "OK" button to save your changes.
Now you can proceed directly to the core of your system.For his long service to reduce the recommended values ​​of some parameters below.In the operating system registry settings have HungAppTimeout WaitToKillServiceTimeout and with values ​​in a 5000 m / s and 20 000 m / s, respectively.These values ​​should be changed to 2000 m / s and 5000 m / s.
also recommended to change the value AutoEndTasks = 0 on the unit.This action will allow to automatically close hung applications without the appearance of the message in the accompanying box.
In some cases, it becomes impossible to remove the avi-file or delete it completely freezes the computer processor.The solution to this problem would be the removal of the parameter value, located at HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ SystemFileAssociations \ .avi \ shellex \ PropertyHandler.