Windows xp mas rapido

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PASOS PARA HACER MAS RAPIDO EL XP
1. Quitar servicios como:

* DHCP
* WEBCLIENT
* Ipv6
* Error reporting
* TCP/IP Netbios Helper
* Distributed transaction Coordinator
* Security account manager
* Ayuda y soporte
* Infrared monitor
* Message quening
* Message quening triggers
* Remote Registry
* Secondary logon
* Smart card
* SNMPservice
* Print spooler
* Actualizaciones automática
* Wireless cero
* Computer browser

2. Usar pantalla de bienvenida
3. Quitar Acceso remoto
4. Quitar actualizaciones
5. Desactivar restaurar sistema
6. Bajar rendimiento
7. Subir memoria virtual
8. En inicio y recuperación agregar /noguiboot
9. En hardware deshabilitar Windows update
10. Tiempode espera boot.ini en 3 segundos
11. Quitar sonidos
12. Desde el bios hacer que el equipo siempre arranque desde el disco primero
13. Desabilitar disket
14. En propiedades de carpeta deshabilitar lo necesario
15. Desfragmentar el disco
16. Desactivar notificaciones desde el centro de seguridad
17. Corregir generic host
18. Organizar el menú de inicio
19.Agregar flash a mozilla
20. Crear autorun.inf con usb security
21. Poner pagina de inicio en Unicauca
22. Configurar ip y nombre de maquina
23. Poner proxy a los navegadores
24. Agregar excepciones a simca y pagina de la u
25. Utilizar bootvis
26. Automatically Killing Tasks on Shutdown
You know the drill. You start to shut down the computer, you wait a few moments, andthen you see a dialog box asking if you want to kill an application or service that is running. Instead of prompting you, you can make Windows XP take care of the kill task automatically. Here’s how:
1. Open the Registry Editor.
2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop.
3. Highlight the value AutoEndTasks and change the value to 1.
4. Close the Registry Editor.Reducing the Wait Time
When you start to shut down Windows XP, it has to quit, or “kill,” any live applications or processes that are currently running. So abutting all applications first. However, some applications and processes are consistently active in the background. You can abate the bulk of time that Windows XP waits for those applications and processes to abutting afore Windows XP kills them.Edit three different Registry settings to change this:
1. Open the Registry Editor.
2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop. Select WaitToKillAppTimeout and set the value to 2000.
3. Select the HungAppTimeout value and set it to 2000 as well.
4. Navigate to HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop. Set the WaitToKillAppTimeout and set the value to 2000. Select theHungAppTimeout \newline value and set it to 2000 as well.
5. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Contro l. Select the WaitToKillServiceTimeout value and set it to 2000.
6. Close the Registry Editor.

94. Reduce wait time after XP boots
7. If your computer is part of a home network:
8. Go to 'start\control panel\network and internet connections\networkconnections.'
9. Right click your current network connection (should be 'local area connection' unless you have more than one network adaptor) and select 'properties.'
Uncheck the 'File and Print Sharing' box and press 'ok.'
Note that this will disable your computer's ability to share files and printers over the network, though it should not affect your ability to access such resources on anothersystem.
Solo dejar tcp/ip y network monitor driver.

93. Disable auto detection for empty IDE slots
Another quick trick for a faster boot up is to disable the auto detection that Windows XP uses to determine if there are IDE devices present in any of the IDE slots on the motherboard. More specifically, disable this feature on any empty slots to prevent the operating system wasting time and...
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