Best Performance Windows XP

Posted by MJ  |  at  7:53 PM No comments

After installing Windows Xp its default settings is its the best appearance. You can adjust your Windows Xp to its best performance by changing its visual effects and disabling some windows appearance properties.

When you adjust windows xp to its best performance it disable:

  • Animation of windows when minimizing and maximizing
  • Fade or slide of menus into view
  • Fade or slide of tool-tips into view
  • Fade out of menus items after clicking
  • Show of shadows under menus
  • Show of shadows under mouse pointer
  • show of translucent selection rectangle
  • Show of window contents while dragging
  • Slide of open combo boxes
  • Slide of task-bar buttons
  • Smooth edges of screen fonts
  • Smooth scroll of list boxes
  • Using of background image for each folder type
  • Using common task in folders
  • Using drop shadows for icon labels on the desktop
  • Using Visual styles on windows and buttons

To adjust windows xp into its best performance follow this steps:

1. Go to "My Computer" right click go to "properties".
2. System properties window will appear, go to "advance" tab.
3. In Performance level click "settings".
4. Performance window will appear choose "adjust for best performance".
5. Click Apply then OK. Windows Xp is finish setting to its best performance.

This is a basic way of making windows xp to its best performance if you want to maintain your computer performance apply the important things to do after installing windows.

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