Monday, June 17, 2013

Tutorial To Speed Up The Windows Vista Operating System

Windows Vista has not been a popular operating system among the many Windows users. It was not able to attract the users like the Windows XP did or like the Windows 7. There are many reasons for that but if you are one of those who are using Windows Vista in their systems, then you would want to know about some guidelines that could help you in speeding up your computer.
Here are the instructions that will help you in speeding up your Windows Vista computer.

Instructions to follow from Microsoft help

First of all, click on the “Start” button located on the lower left corner of your Windows desktop screen to open up the Windows Start menu. In the start menu, you will see a variety of options and from these options select the “Run” button. Type “msconfig” into the Run dialog box and then click on the “Ok” button to open the System Configuration menu.
Click on the “Startup” option from the System Configuration menu to view the list of programs that load when the computer starts.
Remove the check mark from the side of the programs that you do not want to load when the computer starts. You can do so by clicking on these options.
Click on the “general” button located System Configuration Tool and then choose the “Selective Startup” radio button. Once you have followed the steps up to this, the operating system will from onwards start to load all the programs that you have mentioned, while the system is booting.
Select the “Ok” button. A box will now be displayed on the screen asking you to select either "Restart Now" or "Restart Later” options. The configuration work that you have carried out up to now will only come into effect once you have restarted the computer.
Once you have restarted the computer, you will get a notification stating that system configuration has been altered.
Click on the “Ok” button to agree with the changes that you have made.
These are few instructions that you have to follow in order to speed up your Windows Vista computer. Take the help of the Microsoft help option if you encounter any difficulties while carrying out these processes. Get in touch with the Windows tech support team, either online or over the phone.

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