If you want to make your Windows XP machine load faster, one solution would be to remove the programmes which load by default when your system boots up. These programmes take a lot of time and memory to load and waiting for all of them to do their thing tosses our nerves, aren't they?
I'm planning a cleanup today too I have cluttered too many programmes, so I plan to remove some of them. This is how my startup bar looks before my clean-up:
To start, we will need to access the System Configuration Utility.
It can be accessed by running the msconfig command in your Run command line.
To do so, please follow these steps:
After your restart you will get a pop-up similar to this which will ask you if you would like to keep the changes you have made to your system. If you are sure about this, check the "Don't show this message or launch the System Configuration Utility when Windows start" and press OK. If you are leaving this box unchecked, this pop/up will appear after each reboot. This way Windows XP assures that you agree with the changes you have implemented to your system.
Here is how my startup bar looks now: much cleaner and just with the programmes I really need. This is a real time saver tip and I hope you enjoyed it. Please like it on Facebook and share it: maybe your friends will find it useful too and they need a hand with their Windows XP speed improvement.