Friday, March 14, 2008

Speed up your slow Windows Vista operating system

Many computer enthusiasts have experienced the slowness of Microsofts new operating system Windows Vista. To begin with, you shall not install Windows Vista on a computer with less than 2GB of random access memory (RAM). Otherwise your computer will not run at a comfortable speed, despite of what Microsofts specifications says. I installed Microsoft OS Windows Vista on one of my quite old PCs, a Pentium 4 1.50GHz, and it ran very slow. Windows XP however ran very smooth and easy on my old computer machine. There are however ways to speed up Windows Vista. You can use Microsofts new system called ReadBoost, the cleansing program Ccleaner, the Vista disk defragmenter tool or for experienced users even the program vLite, written by Dino Nuhagic.

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