Boot Defragment

08/08/2011 09:55

A very important feature of MS Windows XP is the ability to start a defrag. This means that all boot files are located side by side in order on your hard drive. During boot XP can access these files quickly and gives a faster start. By default this option is enabled, but some users who upgraded from previous versions of Windows reported that it is disabled.

To enable Boot Defragment:

1. click Start- Run

2. type "regedit" and press ENTER

3. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Dfrg \ BootOptimizeFunction

4. Double-click on the right allows

5. Type "Y" in the value data field

6. Restart the computer.