1. Advanced Visual Effects

2. Windows XP/2000 SP

3. Disabling of XP Indexing

4. Files and Folders Cleaning

5. XP System Services

6. XP Startup Tweaking

7. XP Registry Cleaning

8. XP Disk Defragmentation

9. Internet Network Tweaks

10. Tweak Guide Post Scriptum


1. Advanced Visual Effects

2. Microsoft Vista Service Packs

3. Disabling of Vista Indexing

4. Advanced Disks Performance

5. Enable Vista ReadyBoost

6. Files and Folders Cleaning

7. Vista System Services

8. Vista Startup Tweaking

9. Vista Registry Cleaning

10. Vista Disk Defragmentation

11. Internet Network Tweaks

12. Tweak Guide Post Scriptum


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6. Windows XP Startup Recommendations:

Many programs "consider" themselves the most important programs in a system: they place themselves in Startup and in a System Tray of a system. This leads to unreasonable using of the system resources, of random access memory, increases time of system loading and finally, to reducing processor power. You can free RAM memory and CPU usage by removing or unchecking items from the Startup list.
For that:

Start and go to Startup tool:

XP Startup

Uncheck or remove any item and press Apply button. As you see on Screen Shot - there were unchecked items, which ineffective used resources of PC:

swg - Google Toolbar Notifier

NvCplDaemon - nVidia`s additional

NvMediaCenter - nVidia`s additional

TkBellExe - Real update

QuickTime task - Start QuickTime faster in the prejudice of other software

Adober Reader Speed Launcher - Start Reader faster in the prejudice of other software

WinampAgent - winamp agent.

Your list of unchecked startup items will be another one. You must experiment with items on your PC. If you distrust about some items just uncheck the box opposite the item and press Apply button (you can restore the item next time when box will be checked again).





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