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make a faster xp

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by maroc_boy, Jan 28, 2005.

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  1. maroc_boy

    maroc_boy Thread Starter

    Jan 27, 2005
    for have a faster windowse xp
    the first way
    go to ( start)
    and after ( run )
    and after writ there ( Regedit )
    and after ( ok )
    a small box will come and you find this ( HKEY_CURRENT_USER)
    and after (Control Panal )
    and choose ( Desktop )
    in your right part now you will find ( MenuShowDelay )
    click with right bottom of mouse and do modify you will find a number (400) change it to ( 0 )
    and reboot the pc
    second way
    go to ( START) after RUN
    writ ( prefetch) it will come a box
    delete all the file there
    And after ( go to START and RUN and writ RECENT and again will come a small box and delete all
    And again go to START and after RUN now writ CLEANMGR
    ANd do ok And after OK

    i hope i explain very well
    If you have anyother questions juste e pm me
    and i am in your service
  2. kiwiguy


    Aug 17, 2003
    Anyone doing this should think twice though.

    It simply speeds up the delay for a menu to display (from 0.4 seconds to 0), and can make it next to impossible to select some things, or avoiding to select some things.
  3. sekirt


    Mar 28, 2003
    kiwiguy....zoom, zoom, zoom :D

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