Windows XP memory tweaking guide

Posted on Thursday, Dec 29 2005 @ 22:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
TechSpot has posted a guide on tweaking the performance of Windows XP based systems:
It’s been a long time since we posted our initial Windows XP memory guide, and given the advancements in PC hardware and the increased system requirements of applications nowadays, it was about time the guide got an update.

There are several components to the Windows memory subsystem. For the most part this guide will be targeting the Hard Drive, CPU, and RAM, optimally configuring these along the way, and clearing up many of the placebos surrounding memory management in XP.
You can find this guide over here.


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