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First Aid for Poor System Performance

Windows automatically manages your PC’s system resources, such as the RAM and processor, but if these resources aren’t optimised for performance, your system will be slow. If you have an older system with a slow CPU and little RAM, you’re also at a disadvantage in terms of performance, and will find that applications take a long time to load and the screen periodically freezes. The solution is to delve into the depths of your Windows system and tweak the important components that govern how fast your system runs. Before you spend money on expensive  hardware upgrades, follow the steps in this article to give your system a free performance boost.

Category: Optimisation
Issue: 2012 Issue 7 September/October
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7
Article Reference: F410



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