Tuesday, September 16, 2008

How to Improve the Speed of Windows Vista?

It seems the days of Windows XP are numbered, and soon people are getting accustomed to use Windows Vista on their computers. However, many users complain about the low speed of Vista. This is natural for people to look for a super fast speed, but a lot depends on your PC. So if you have a slow computer, you may find Vista a slower operating system than XP. But, if you follow some of the tips described hereunder, you may do a lot to optimize your PC and make Windows Vista work faster on it:

Increase your RAM
Before you go for Window Vista, it's a good idea to increase your RAM. You can increase it to 2GB of RAM to get your computer work faster.

Regularly Clean Registry
Just like Windows XP, your Vista registry can also be overloaded with unwanted entries, which can significantly hamper the speed of your computer. Therefore, it is highly recommended to run this registry scan regularly to improve Vista's speed.

Use ReadyBoost feature of Windows Vista
You can also use ReadyBoost, which is a new feature on Vista. If you want to run ReadyBoost, you need to insert a flash drive, and then select ReadyBoost.

Remove Spyware and Adware from your PC
Spyware and adware can prove fatal for Windows Vista, so you need to be very cautious! If the Windows Vista comes with enhanced safety feature, the adware has also improved. Therefore, you must get a Spyware and Adware scanner and use it regularly to prevent them attacking your system.

Upgrade Your Drivers
When you upgrade your computer to Vista from XP, you should also update all your drivers.

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