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Optimize XP - A Windows XP Optimization Guide

Optimize Windows XP to improve both work and gaming performance safely. Windows XP's default configuration is far from optimized. This guide will help you improve your overall system performance. I avoid using or recommending "all-in-one" Windows XP Tweak programs since many blindly adjust settings that have no affect on performance and can cause future problems. This guide is designed to be performed top to bottom, in sequence since some steps are required to be performed before others.

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what about a program like full throttle patch for optimizing windows?

Any tweak program or application you have to pay for should be avoided. The only application there are not a good free version for are Disk Defragmenters. There is not much changed in relation to P2P programs and in the guide their is a FREE TCP/IP patch. It sounds like a serious gimmick.

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This has nothing to do with this post. Your Tips, most of them are useless. Numerous ones are complicated registry modifications that a simple check box in windows can do. Waste of time.

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This has nothing to do with this post. Your Tips, most of them are useless. Numerous ones are complicated registry modifications that a simple check box in windows can do. Waste of time.

- That was in reply to a spammed post that has since been removed.

v2.0.0

Tweaks - Page File Instructions Updated
Internet - SP2 TCP/IP Slowdown Fix Instructions Updated
Internet - Windows Update MS05-025 (6/14/05) Resets the TCP/IP limit
Maintenance - Various Links Corrected

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you could try Intelli HyperSpeed 2005 its prety good an also there is advanced windows care they both repair windows errors or so they say i have them instaled and they do seem to work

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