Sep 6, 2011

Improve Memory (RAM) performance

1. Click Start > Run > type Regedit > press enter 2. Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > SessionManager > Memory Management 3. Find the following DWord value "DisablePagingExecutive" "LargeSystemCache" Double Click on both of them and change the value from 0 to 1 4. restart the computer and you will gain more performance.

Fix a missing file in WindowsXP

If you see this following message on windows startup ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \windows\sytem32\config\system you can attempt to repair this file by starting windows setup using the orginal setup CD-rom. Selet "r" a the first sreen to start repair ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It very easy to fix the problem. do not format your partition or install Windows XP. Just follow my instruction 1. Boot up from the WindowsXP CD (use the original instead the slipstream version). 2. in the screen "Welcome to Setup" press R to start the Recovery Console > press "R" 3. enter number to select your WindowsXP installed drive >press Enter. 4. enter Administrator password >press Enter 5. you will see command promt "c:\windows>" then type the command like bellow 6. c:\windows>cd \system32\config\ >press Enter c:\windows\system32\config>del system press Enter c:\windows\system32\config>del software press Enter c:\windows\system32\config>del sam press Enter c:\windows\system32\config>del security press Enter c:\windows\system32\config>del default press Enter c:\windows\system32\config>cd .. press Enter c:\windows\system32>cd .. press Enter c:\windows>cd repair press Enter c:\windows\repair> copy system c:\windows\system32\config press Enter c:\windows\repair> copy software c:\windows\system32\config press Enter c:\windows\repair> copy sam c:\windows\system32\config press Enter c:\windows\repair> copy security c:\windows\system32\config press Enter c:\windows\repair> copy default c:\windows\system32\config press Enter c:\windows\repair>EXIT press Enter The computer will restart. the problem fixed!!!

Keep your RAM always free

Sometime when we close some program Explorer does not immediate unload DLL files from the memory. The DLL files still resident in the memory for a while and do not let the another application to use the memory in their position.I will guide you to unload them from the memory as fast as we close the application to make the memory always free. follow these step : 1. Nevigate to start>RUN>Type regedit>OK 2.Browse the register editor to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Explorer 3.Create a new DWORD Value and define its name to AlwaysUnloadDLL then enter 1 into the value box. 4.Restart your PC

Sep 2, 2011

How to make Windows 7 run faster

Windows 7 is a new product of Microsoft but thousand of user complain that their Windows 7 works very slow. People are trying really hard to make Windows 7 faster. Usually people get frustrated working on their slow computer. Here below are couple of tips which may help you to make Windows 7 faster.

Firstly you need to know hardware requirements of Windows 7

CPU: 2G or much more
Memory: more than 1G
Hard drive space: more than 20G,

Below are few tips to run Windows 7 faster:-

1. Disk Cleanup:- Click "Start," "All Programs," "Accessories," "System Tool," then "Disk Cleanup." The "Disk Cleanup" dialog opens. Select the drive you want to clean up, check the files that you want to delete and click "OK." Click "Delete Files" to confirm that you want to permanently delete the selected files. Disk Cleanup begins removing the files. The program will automatically close when Disk Cleanup is finished.

2. Disk Defragmenter:- Click "Start," "All Programs," "Accessories," "System Tool," then "Disk Defragmenter." Select the drive that you want to defragment. Click "Analyze disk" to initiate the scanning process that will report whether you actually need to run the disk defragmenter. Disk Defragmenter begins analyzing the selected drive for fragmentation. Click "Defragment disk" to defragment the selected disk drive.

When to run Disk Defragmenter
In addition to running Disk Defragmenter at regular intervals (weekly is optimal), there are other times you should run it, too, such as when:

You add a large number of files.
Your free disk space totals 15 percent or less.
You install new programs or a new version of the Windows operating system.

3. Repair Disk Errors:- Close any programs that are currently running on your system and then click the "Windows Explorer" icon from the taskbar. Alternatively, press the Windows Icon+"E." The Windows Explorer panel opens. Right-click the hard drive that you want to scan for errors. Click "Properties." Select the "Tools" tab at the top of the dialog box and then click "Check now" in the Error-checking field.

Check the box to the left of "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors." Make sure the box next to "Automatically fix file system errors" is unchecked.

Click "Start" to check for disk errors. When the program has completed its error checking, it will indicate whether you have any disk errors. If the program detects errors, click "Fix Errors."

4. Turn off visual effects:- Click Start button , then click Control Panel, in the search box, type “Performance Information and Tools”, and then click “Performance Information and Tools”. Click “Adjust visual effects”.Click the Visual Effects tab, choose Adjust For Best Performance, and then click OK.

5. Make sure your windows 7 computer is virus free. Viruses make any computers slow by giving additional work to processors, memory and disks. You can run virus check and clean viruses by free antivirus software ‘Microsoft Security Essential’ from Microsoft. Download Microsoft Security Essential

Windows 7 is a very popular operating system. However, there are actually quite a few problems which can affect users. If your computer is slow you can get few tips to make windows 7 faster along with the blog post available at "How to make Windows 7 faster"