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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Make Vista Faster - Do it Yourself

There are a lot of things that you can do to make Vista faster and the good news is that you needn't be a technical wizard to do it either. Just a few changes can make a big difference to make Vista faster. I'm going to share a little tweak that has a big impact.

Has it occurred to you that it takes longer to open a window in Vista than it ever did in XP? For some reason unknown to me, Microsoft have decided that they should delay the opening of a window and there is actually a setting for it in the registry. If you take note, you'll see there is a delay of up to a second or more when you open a window. Follow the steps below and that delay will be gone forever.

Here's what you do. Click on the start button and access the search box. Type in the word "Regedit" and then click OK. Now locate HKEY_CURRENT_USER on the left hand menu and find Control Panel. Click Control Panel and then Desktop. Now, look on the right hand side for MenuShowDelay and double click it. In the box that appears, change the number to 100. Click OK and close the window. Double click to open any window and see the difference it makes!

Of course, the best way to make Vista faster, and XP for that matter, is to use a registry cleaner. It really speeds up your computer and sorts out any errors on your computer in a jiffy.

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