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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by aquablue35;13580639 
easy -
go to start>run>%temp% and delete all files does nothing in terms of performance
go to start>run>prefetch and delete all files hurts performance
go to notebook type in mystring=(80000000) and the save as ram.vbe-that is the title-still keep it as a text file but the name has to be ram.vbe
run it one time only,but dont delete it not sure about this
purchase norton 360 scan,optimize,clean,back up norton does just as much bad as it does good
registry mechanic,all the way(look for a registy mechanic serial pm me.) registry cleaners are snake oil
then if you want-thats if take it and turn off themes and operate using windows classic
go and delete all you downloads only clears up disk space
go and delete all you preloaded music/video only clears up disk space
buy a laptop cooler
if you have vista/7 like me buy a memory stick or ehd and plug it in and when it pops up go down and speed my computer i think readyboost does little to nothing
and

empty your recycle bin and use disk defragmentize and uninstall all the programs you dont need-and use hard drive cleaner
sorry for messed up spelling i was typing fast.

ftfy
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by lapengu View Post
Im considering XP. Linux is a pain in the butt.. I dont see why anybody would take it over windows. Windows is completely stable... I havent ever had a problem with windows. The only thing bad about Windows was vista, and thats because it was too good for computers at the time.
Then your not using Linux right, if you install Fedora or Suse then you should never have stability issues. Linux will give you longer battery life, better performance, more stabilizability, and more control over your system!
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post #23 of 25
the best low latency memmory stick?

and an ssd
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post #24 of 25
SSD and more RAM.

I just bought an Asus G53SW, and putting a Crucial C300 in there for boot drive made a major difference for me. Going to 8Gb of RAM also helped alot.
    
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2X Nvidia 980 Ti SLI watercooled (2nd rig)  4X8GB=32GB G.Skill DDR4-2700 4X4GB=16GB Ripjaws DDR3 2400 CL9 (2nd rig) 3X Samsung 840 Evo 1TB SSD 
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2X Triple-120 MCR320 + 1X Triple-120 Feser 2X Dual-120 XSPC RX240 32 Gentle Typhoon fans (mix of 3000 and 1850rpm) Reservoir 2X Koolance RP-452x2 with 4X MCP655 p... 
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2X EK Supreme HF CPU waterblock Windows 10 Pro x64 Acer XB270HU IPS G-Sync 2440p (main rig) 3X 30'... CoolerMaster Masterkeys Pro S MX blue switch, C... 
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post #25 of 25
i have got the same netbook, i have bought a crucial 2gb 1333 stick (8 chip) CT25664BC1339, it runs at 667mhz 5-5-5-12
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