September 15, 2007

Speed up Your system performance

The functioning of a half empty system’s hard disk at slow pace, even after you run defrag, is annoying. The fragmentation of saved files by Windows XP throughout the complete disk memory is directly proportional to the space occupied in the hard disk.

You can easily optimize your system by defragging almost all fragmented files for quick access using XP’s defrag tool, but not the page file and registry. The reason is that Windows XP does not provide access these files while operating.

Paging and Registry file fragmentation can be one of the leading causes of performance degradation. The page files and registry files can easily be optimized for quick access using the ‘page defrag’ tool.

You can download it from Microsoft .File size is only 70kb. Unzip the archive in to any directory. Start the file ‘pagedfrg.exe’ and activate ‘Defragment at next boot’. The tool latches itself at the next boot before the operating system starts and defrags the system files.

Windows then boots and the hard disk then start functioning with its usual speed again.

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