After we explain what is Registry Editor. And in this article, we will explain a little about the use of the Windows Registry. This Registry Editor is a place that aims to manage the windows working systems. This article will explain speeding up windows using Registry Editor.
*Note: Pay close attention to the following steps, make sure you have completed the steps you have started.
Here are The Steps you can do from the Registry Editor
Please pay close attention so you don't make mistakes in making changes to the Registry Editor.
1. Speed Up Acces Folder
By using the Registry Editor, you can speed up the performance of the windows system by disabling last access updates and updating timestamps in the Registry Editor. See and following steps :
- Open Regedit (Registry Editor).
- Open Files (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/ControlFileSystem).
- Right-Click then select "New".
- Then select "DWORD" (Available for 32bit and 64bit according to the system).
- Change the value in the Registry that has been created with the number "1".
- To disable the Registry can change the value with the number "0" and restart the computer.
2. Speed Up Boot-Time
By using The Registry Editor, you can speed up windows booting. So we don't have to wait too long to boot on windows, you can also speed up booting via MSConfig. But, here we use the Registry Editor method :
- Open Regedit.
- Second, open Files (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARE/Microsoft/DfrgBootOptimizeFunction).
- Find "Enable" On the right Regedit menu.
- Select "Y" to enable.
- Then Restart.
>3. Speed Up Loading Menu
By using the Registry Editor, you can also speed up the loading of the menu on windows. See and following steps :
- Open Regedit.
- Second, open files (HKEY_CURRENT_USER/ControlPanel/Dekstop).
- Find "menushowdelay".
- Change Number 400 to 100 can also be replaced with your wish (this is the delay time).
- Restart your computer.
4. Speed Up Loading Programs
By using the Registry Editor, You can also speed up the loading programs on windows. Let see and following steps :
- Select programs.
- Then, right-click on programs and select "Properties".
- On box "Target" add "/prefetch:1" on the last sentence.
- Select OK.
Those are some explanations for speeding up windows from the Registry Editor. The registry will be fatal if you change its contents without a definite purpose.