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Windows Vista Performance and Tuning

By Corporation, Microsoft

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Book Id: WPLBN0003842595
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Reproduction Date: 2015

Title: Windows Vista Performance and Tuning  
Author: Corporation, Microsoft
Language: English
Subject: Windows Vista, Windows, Programming
Collections: Online Programming Books
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Publisher: Microsoft Corporation


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Description: This guide focuses on performance improvements on a single computer, but also takes a look at some of the tools used in enterprise environments to help make performance tuning manageable on a much larger scale.

There are multiple ways to improve a computer's performance. You can use hardware to boost the actual performance of a computer. New technologies in Windows Vista such as ReadyBoost and ReadyDrive can help speed up a system with relatively little effort.

Table of Contents
TOC : Optimizing Hardware Specifications to Your Organizational Needs - Make Your Computer Feel More Responsive - Use Hardware to Boost Performance - Make Your Computer Start Faster - Make Your Computer More Reliable - Monitor Performance - Apply Improvements Across the Organization with Group Policy.


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