How To Optimize The Performance Of Windows

23/06/2011 00:40

How to optimize Windows performance by removing unwanted programs from starting by using the Windows registry. For Windows XP, Vista, Windows 2000, Windows 98 and Windows Server. Most of us are facing this problem with your computer slower, the Windows operating system takes a long time to load when you start Windows Explorer hangs, and also how to tell if your computer is infected.

Proceed as follows:

First Start, click Run in the case of Windows XP, Server, Windows 98, a

ΒΈ 2000, but Vista to write directly to the search field

2nd Type regedit in the Run dialog box to open the Registry Editor

3rd Go the File menu and click Export to create a backup of the registry,

save it to disk other than the default Windows directory.

Discover the current programs that start with Windows

After opening the Registry Editor, click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

Software \

Microsoft \

Windows \

Current Version \


You'll see something like this is the right side of the Registry Editor

4.Now it's time to get rid of those programs slow the operating system

and the potential to be a Trojan hidden in your hard drive.

Right-click on any program to delete the entry you do not want

load at startup, personally, I do not keep the anti virus program entries.

Now you can repeat the same process with the voices HKEY_LOCAL_USER

and keep only the computer's sound operating Cftmon.exe

After the removal of unwanted registry entries the program,

restart the system and feel the speed difference.