Monday, September 17, 2007

Vista Tweaks

Just found an article on NotebookReview regarding few tweaks one can apply to Vista.

These are the tweaks:
  1. Disable TMM
    This tweak helps disabling a search for additional external monitors, and thus saving few seconds and blinking screen.

  2. Use TuneXP 1.5 (TY and Rep Trebuin)
    This little utility works great for XP and Vista as well. It allows to reorginize files on a hard drive to speed up and shorten boot time.

  3. Disable Vista Search Indexing
    As we did this with an XP, disabling indexing doesn't heart searching but saves a lot of system resources!

  4. Get CCleaner, it Works with 32/64Bit
    Cited, "
    CCleaner (formerly Crap Cleaner) is a freeware system optimization and privacy tool. It removes unused and temporary files from your system - allowing Windows to run faster, more efficiently and giving you more hard disk space"

  5. Turn Off User Account Control (UAC)
    Make Vista more comfortable by disabling User Access Controls

  6. Turn Off Unused Windows Features
    Improve performance and save disk space

  7. Windows Snipping Tool IS AMAZING!
    One of the best screenshots tools :-)

  8. Eliminate Unneeded Startup Programs
    Remove programs you don't use and lighten and speed up your system doing so.

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