Sunday, May 10, 2009

Are you using Windows Vista? I believe that most people who read this post was still not using Windows Vista. Many are reluctant to use Windows Vista. Actually this is only a problem just socialization. Wise proverb says, "do not know then no pity." Many also say that if Windows Vista is slow. Actually that is wrong, only users who can not properly optimize accordingly. Here I will discuss how to optimize Windows Vista.

We start from the start-up, often slow-speed start-up issues for every computer user. The more applications that are installed on most computers it will slow the system booting, because some of the application to place himself at the start-up entry that automatically open when the computer start-up. For that we need to know all the processes running at start-up. Many software can be used to mendeteksinya such as TuneUp Startup Manager, Autoruns, etc.. Even the default Windows program, msconfig can be used. But the suggested use Autoruns because the information presented is complete. Berikut screenshot-nya. Here is a screenshot.


To disable programs from the system start-up, simply remove the check mark on the entry. To remove the entry from the system start-up, simply right-click the entry, then Delete.

How to speed up the process for the next start-up is set so that the Windows boot files defragmentation process can be done automatically. How is the following.

  • Open the Registry Editor by typing regedit in the way the start search and then enter
  • Find the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Dfrg \ BootOpti mizeFunction
  • Select BootOptimizeFunction
  • Click and make sure Enable string value data than with the letter Ybootoptimizefunction-enable-string
  • Klik OK dan selesai Click OK and finish

Have you found Windows Vista blank for a few seconds? If so, then you must turn off the feature pemercepat connectivity external display in Windows Vista that is called the transient Multimonitor Manager (TMM). Useful for mobile PC users that use an external screen. If you do not use a mobile PC, it should turn off this feature. How is the following.

  • Go Bag k Scheduler with the task type in the start search and then enter
  • Like the Registry Editor, search: Task Sche dul er Library \ Microsoft \ Windows \ Mobile PC
  • Select Mobile PC
  • See the right-hand column, locate and right-click TMM
  • Select Disable to disable it

1 komentar:

Anonymous said...

great post...

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