Want a Faster and More Powerful PC? It's There on Your Desk. Eventually, it will be time to buy a new PC or put money into an upgrade, but Microsoft Windows XP Power Optimization shows you how to get the most out of your current equipment right now, simply by tuning your Windows setup. These professional techniques range from the basic to the advanced, and they can be used to achieve both targeted improvement and better overall system performance. In every area, the gains can be immense, and the time it takes is minimal. Coverage includes: Enhancing performance by removing unneeded items Making smart tradeoffs Safely removing unneeded registry entries Using command-line utilities Keeping Internet Explorer under control Making simple but effective system tweaks Creating a comprehensive archival system Monitoring your system for performance concerns Keeping your system in peak operating condition Understanding the connection between user activity and system performance Automating cleanup and maintenance tasks Keeping your PC safe from viruses and human intruders Catching and correcting mistakes System OptimizedaWhat's Next? Once you've helped your system live up to its potential, help yourself by turning to Microsoft Windows XP Power Productivity, also from Sybex. You'll find expert instruction on harnessing native Windows functionality and third-party utilities to work faster and smarter.USING COMPACT Sometimes you need to compact files so that you can save space on the drive. You can perform this task by creating a file with a Zip extension and stuffing files into it because Windows XP comes with this functionality built inanbsp;...
|Title||:||MicrosoftWindowsXP Power Optimization|
|Author||:||John Paul Mueller|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2006-02-20|