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XP Tuning with 8 Turbo Tips

Over time, Windows XP gets slower and slower. Even after being freshly installed, an XP machine can still run at a snail’s pace. The reason is clear: when you install XP on your system it uses a set of basic default settings, designed to work on a range of different hardware, but not at optimal speed. The solution is to tweak your PC so that Windows is optimised for your particular hardware setup. You’ll be surprised by how easy it is to squeeze more performance out of your XP machine – simply follow the steps in this article.

Category: Optimisation, Troubleshooting
Issue: 2012 Issue 9 November/December
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: X910

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