There are certain reasons why users still prefer using Windows XP different versions.Someone uses the old programs, someone does not want to get used to the new system, someone who works on the old man, computers and installing a more modern operating system is no practical sense.However, not all in Windows XP, both the processor core (if there are two) are utilized effectively.
Install the latest drivers for the system devices - chipset motherboard and coprocessor.Make sure that the driver did not have a conflict.To do this, start the "Device Manager" and see if the devices are installed correctly and if there were any icons in the form of question and exclamation marks.If such a situation is observed, reinstall the drivers on the problematic equipment.
install the update for Windows XP.Despite the fact that this operating system is released about ten years ago, on Microsoft servers can still be found to update the system.Download and install SP3.At the moment it is the most r
ecent service pack for your system.If you have an active internet connection, the system can automatically download updates.
install the update for AMD and Intel.They can be found on the official website of the manufacturer of processors.For AMD processors designed utility Dual Core Optimizer specifically to address the issue of the two nuclei.Edit the registry key on the path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ Session Manager, which must be present with the parameter section Throttle PerfEnablePackageIdle category DWORD with a value of 1 (if not, create a partition).
Check the boot.ini file in the presence of the parameter / usepmtimer.If the parameter is missing, fill line multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) \ WINDOWS = "Microsoft Windows XP Professional" / noexecute = optin / fastdetect / usepmtimer.Check the operation of the two processors is possible through the Windows Task Manager, the launch of which is carried out while pressing CTRL, ALT and DEL.On the "Performance" pay attention to the separation CPU into two areas.