Saturday, November 12, 2011

Make Ur Computer Super Computer __By Sri vastav

Make Ur Computer Super Computer__By Sri vastav.

Disable unnecessary programs

When you install some programs they will insert themselves into an area of your registry that will cause them to load when your computer starts up. Obviously this will use memory and slow down your system.

1. Start Regedit.
2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\ Run
3. Once there, locate any entry's on the right. You can identify the program by the path to the executable. Find programs that you can live without starting up from the list.
4. Right click on them and select Delete
5. You may also want to navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\ Runonce and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion \Run.
6. Delete unnecessary programs.
7. Also go to START - PROGRAMS - STARTUP and see if there is anything there you wish to remove.
8. Reboot your computer.

Modify application timeout
The operating system has a set amount of time that a program must be frozen for before it is
timed out. Often this number is set too high, but in some circumstances it is set too low. If
the program is doing a lot of calculations in the background the computer may think that it is
timed out. To prevent this, increase the value of the timeout in the registry.

1. Start Regedit. If you are unfamiliar with regedit please refer to our FAQ on how to get started.
2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop
3. Select HungAppTimeout from the list on the right.
4. Right on it and select Modify.
5. Change the value to the new timeout value.
6. Reboot your computer.

Open Outlook Express faster
For some users when they remove windows messenger or just disable it from starting up
automatically they experience a great slow down when launching Outlook express. Users who
experience such a slow down will find a error in the system error log saying The server
{FB7199AB-79BF-11D2-8D94-0000F875C541} did not register with DCOM within the required timeout.
The solution to this problem is quite simple. Just Open up regedit and search for the string
{FB7199AB-79BF-11D2-8D94-0000F875C541} and modify the keys InProcServer32 and LocalServer32

default key to a empty string.
Disable unnecessary services to free system resources

Services are programs that run when the computer starts up and continue to run as they aid the operating system in functionality. There are many services that load and are not needed which take up memory space and CPU time. Disabling these services will free up system resources which willspeed up your overall computer experience. I recommend that you sort through the list and read the descriptions to decide if you need that service depending on what you want to do with your computer. Remember, you can always turn the service back on if you find that you need it in the future. Below is the procedure to turn off a service.

1. Click the start button.
2. Select run from the bottom of the right column.
3. Then type services.msc in the box and click ok.
4. Once the services window has loaded we are ready to turn off unneeded services.
5. For instructional purposes we are going to turn off the Portable Media Serial Number service.
6. Find this service in the list and select it with the mouse.
7. Right click and select Properties.
8. Once the properties windows has loaded locate the Start up type drop down box and select disable.
9. Then just click ok and the next time the computer starts the service will not be loaded.

System Settings for a Game Machine
If you are a hard core gamer then the below tweak is for you. Below are a list of windows
services that we reccomend you change to the manual setting. If you do not know how to do that,
refer to our tweak on disabling windows services by clicking here.

Routing and Remote Access
Application Layer Gateway Service** (only if firewll is not used)
Application Management
Background Intelligent Transfer Service
COM+ System Application
Distributed Link Tracking Client
Distributed Transaction Coordinator
Help and Support
IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service** (only if do you not use the cd-rw xp record suport)
IPSEC Services
Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service
MS Software Shadow Copy Provider
Net Logon
NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing
Network DDE
Network DDE DSDM
Network Location Awareness (NLA)
NT LM Security Support Provider
Performance Logs and Alerts
Portable Media Serial Number
Remote Desktop Help Session Manager
Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator
Remote Registry
Removable Storage
Smart Card
Smart Card Helper
SSDP Discovery Service
System Restore Service
Uninterruptible Power Supply
Universal Plug and Play Device Host
Volume Shadow Copy
Windows Image Acquisition (WIA)
Windows Installer
Windows Management Instrumentation Driver Extensions
Wireless Zero Configuration
WMI Performance Adapter

Fast User Switching Compatibility ** (only if fast user shiching is not used or the machine have one user only)
Protected Storage
Windows Time
Task Scheduler
Secondary Logon
Print Spooler ** (only if the pc do not have or use a printer)
Indexing Service
Error Reporting Service
Computer Browser
Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) / Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)

Sacrifice Graphics for Speed
XP is very graphic-intensive which results in a large consumption of RAM. Sometimes to squeeze in the nitty-gritty megs of memory can be, by sacrificing the pretty little bits and colors that are on your screen.
- For starters, reducing the color density and and bit display of your screen will ultimately increase speed to your computer.

1.)On your desktop, right click and go to PROPERTIES.
2.)In properties go to Settings, and set your color quality to the lowest bit-rating (most likely 15 bit). This will reduce color density, and icon quality, but will heavily boast system performance.
- If you really want to increase your system performance, new Windows themes are NOT the way to go, if you are ill-equipped with RAM.

1.) Go into Control Panel and into Performance and Maintenence (If you are using the "classic" view skip to step 2).
2.) Get into System and click on the Advanced tab.
3.) Now click on Performance
4.) Under your visual effects, select CHOOSE BEST PERFORMANCE.
5.) This will undoubtedly increase your system performance by returning XP into Classic Style and  getting rid of the fancy-shmancy fading menus, shadows and whatnot.
Now your graphically challenged computer, has turned into a mean, lean, computing machine.

No more low disk space messages
go into registry with REGEDIT.EXE, go to
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Policies\Explorer\
and (if not already there) add DWORD (without quotes) "NoLowDiskSpaceChecks" and change the value to 1. Restart.

Disable auto-reboot
When Running windows and it crashes you will get a blue screen and it will automatically restart,
ofter it will restart too fast for you to see the error message. You could check the error log in
this case but that is too easy. We are going to disable auto restart on system failure.
1. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> System (Windows+Pause works, too)
2. Go to Advanced
3. Under the Startup and Recovery section, click Settings...
4. Under System Failure un-check "Automatically restart"

HDD slowdown when booting
If, like I had , you have a 3min+ or slower boot time where Windows XP seems to sit for 2+ or so minutes with the XP logo doing nothing before everything comes to life, then do the following.
Download Bootvis from and run it the next time you boot. Do a 'Trace'
If it shows a very long 'HDD init' time of minutes rather than seconds then this is how to fix it.

This example assumes you have 1 Hard drive on your primary IDE channel and a DVD-ROM(or CD) and CD-R on your two secondary IDE channels.
Go to start > right click on my computer > click properties. Click Hardware > Device Manager.
Go to IDE/ATAPI Controllers. Select primary channel. Right click properties. Click the Advance
settings tab. Then on the device (0 or 1)that does not have 'device type' greyed out select
'disable' instead of 'autodetect'. This should stop windows trying to find a drive that isn't there.
If you have your IDE channels set up differently simply repat the above for the secondary IDE
channel settings.When I did this my boot time went from 3mins 20 to 35 seconds. Clean your prefetch to improve performance.

This is an unique technique for WinXP. We know that it is necessary to wash registry and TEMP
files for Win9X/ME/2000 periodly. Prefetch is a new and very useful technique in Windows XP.
However, after using XP some time, the prefetch folder can get full of rarely used or obsolete
links which can slow down your computer noticeably. My suggestion is: open C(system
drive):/windows/prefetch, delete all files (or at least those more than 3 weeks old), reboot. I
recommended that you do this every month.

Vastav's  Note: Deleting prefetch files too often (Every reboot) can decrease system performance!

Turn off Indexing to speed up XP
Windows XP keeps a record of all files on the hard disk so when you do a search on the hard drive it is faster. There is a downside to this and because the computer has to index all files, it
will slow down normal file commands like open, close, etc. If you do not do a whole lot of
searches on your hard drive then I suggest turnning this feature off:

1. Control Panel
2. Administrative Tools
3. Services
4. Disable Indexing Services

Increase speed by tweaking prefetcher settings
This is an unique technique for XP, which could improve the performance significantly by tweaking
the prefetcher (which is a cache folder).
1. run "regedit";
2. goto [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Session Manager\MemoryManagement\PrefetchParameters\EnablePrefetcher];
3. Set the value to either 0-Disable, 1-App launch prefetch, 2-Boot Prefetch, 3-Both ("3" is recommended).
4. reboot.
It should decrease the boot time and the time it takes to load programs. 

Slow network access not always due to Scheduled tasks check
If you have very slow access to your network computers through "My network Places" and have already deleted the Registry entry calling for a check of Scheduled Tasks on the other network computers (documented elsewhere on this site) AND you have multiple network adaptors (i.e. a cable or DSL connection through one NIC and an internal network using a second NIC) check the following.
Right click on "My Network Places", go to properties. Right click on the NIC that your cable/DSL connects to, and chose properties. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and click on properties.
Click on "advanced", go to "WINS" tab, and chose Disable NetBios over TCP/IP.
When you are back at your Network Connections page, right click on the Broadband selection, chose "properties" click on the networking tab. Again, chose TCP/IP, properties, advanced, WINS, and select "disable NetBios over TCP/IP"

Worked for me!
BTW, I don't use ICS (can never get it configured right) and instead use Sygate for my Connection Sharing, so I can't verify that with ICS netbios is enabled in the broadband connection and the modem NIC.The Wizard might catch it, but take a look just in case.

Disable XP Boot Logo
It is possible to disable XP splash screen, which will slightly speed up the overall boot
process. Be aware that removing the splash screen will also cause you not to see any boot-up
messages that might come up (chkdsk, convert ... ), but if your system runs without any problems
then it should not matter.

1. Edit boot.ini
2. Add " /noguiboot" right after "/fastdetect".
(or check the /noguiboot switch in msconfig on the boot.ini tab)
Upon restarting, the splash screen will be gone. It can be re-enabled by removing the new switch.

Disable Debug Scripting in Internet Explorer :
Don't you hate it when you are browsing a page it asks you "Would you like to debug this page?"
Well here's a nifty and easy way to turn it off. Right Click on Internet Explorer and Click Properties
----- or -----
Open Internet Explorer. Click Tools | Internet Options
Click The "Advanced" Tab
The 4th Item in "Browsing" should say "Disable Script Debugging"
Check it and you are all set! Enjoy a Debug-Free Browsing experience.

Stop Jerkey Graphics

I have for a long time had problems with "jerky" graphics in some 3d games and 3dmark, and have had relativly high cpu loads in idle condition.
The cpu load would pulse from 1-2% up to 10-12%-load with about three-five seconds intervals... (in idle) The jerking has not been due to low perfomance hardware or old drivers and I have had the problems on two seperate systems.
If you are connected to a LAN and have similar problems, this might be the solution:

1.RightClick "MyComputer"
2.Select "Manage"
3.Click on "Device Manager"
4.DoubleClick on your NIC under "Network Adapters"
5.In the new window, select the "Advanced" tab
6.Select "Connection Type" and manuelly set the value of your NIC. (Not "Auto Sense" which is

7.You should reboot...
On my systems the "jerking" in 3D games was completly gone, and so was the high idle cpu load.

This tip also applies to Win2K.

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