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Making Windows Stable

The Windows operating system was designed to be as stable as possible on the widest range of computers. The fact is, every PC that Windows is installed on is different. The installed software and changed default settings on your PC all culminate in a system that is unique. However, there is one area of the Windows operating system that is common to all, which is the Control Panel. This is the area, as its name suggests, where you can change settings over a wide range of components that together make-up your Windows environment. In this article you will see how to make changes to the Control Panel in order to improve your systems performance and maintain your computers stability.

Category: Optimisation
Operating Systems: 98, me, 2000, XP
Article Reference: M1

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