Windows XP has been known to have problems with the storage of the desktop and this is even more apparent if you want to expand the memory. You will find that the desktop gets filled up fast with all kinds of data. Your computer will get very slow to respond as it tries to do so much data at the same time. Fortunately, there is a simple solution that you can do to increase your system’s ability to expand memory. You should be aware that there are some very simple steps that you can follow. Here they are:

Clean Registry: This is very important as cleaning the registry is the first step towards fixing your PC. You need to look through the entire registry and delete all the outdated or unneeded entries that are no longer being used by your computer. There may be some entries that are not needed by your system at all. You can always reinstall these programs after they have been deleted to free up a bit of space in the registry. This will further increase the speed and responsiveness of your computer.

Uninstall Extensions: There might be some programs on your system that you no longer use. These programs are not compatible with your computer and this can be a real drag. You can always uninstall these programs to free up some space in the registry. There are also applications that you no longer use that might still be in your computer. You can uninstalled these as well to free up some more memory.

Delete unused programs: Even though many programs are not really necessary on your computer, it is a good idea to remove them to free up some memory space. There are also many programs that you install but never use. You can delete these to free up some disk space on your computer.

Stop Running Non foreground Programs: Running background applications is an important part of your computing experience. However, many of these applications are not used while you are on the computer. These programs consume system resources and if you don’t run them, your system will run down significantly. You can stop running these non-essential programs to free up a bit of memory.

Delete DLLs: The type of program that you are running may have some DLL files that are not required by the operating system. You can delete these DLL files to free up some memory on your computer. However, you should make sure that you do not delete DLL files for programs that you really need to run. This can be catastrophic to your computing experience.

Increase Ram Performance: When you install new software on your computer, it creates a new set of files that are needed by the new software. The software may have instructions on where to locate the files to download. If you don’t run a program that is already installed, the computer will have a hard time locating the files needed and could show errors as a result.

Increase Boot Up Time: One of the biggest causes of a slow computer is a bogged down processor. If you increase the amount of memory for your computer’s RAM, you can improve the boot up time for your PC. This improves the computer performance as well. You can increase the memory on your existing memory card and plug in a new memory card. This process is often referred to as a “turbo boost.”

Increase Performance: Have you installed any new programs recently? If so, they could use more memory from your computer than your current memory card has. In order to increase performance on such programs, you will need to install additional memory on the computer. A good place to look for this is the manufacturer’s website. Many times they provide instructions on upgrading memory or how to install memory cards.

Increase Disk Space: Even though you probably have plenty of available hard drive space, it doesn’t always utilize it properly. In many cases, disk space is filled up fast due to everyday use. If you have lots of unused files on your disk, you’ll get more disk space per dollar you spend. Therefore, this makes sense to look into increasing the size of your existing files. It is possible to make them larger, thus, increasing disk space.

These tips will help improve your computer’s performance, even if you don’t have any programs running at the moment. They will free up some of your computer’s resources that can be used by other programs. While you are working on these other programs, you will be using memory. By freeing up some of the memory on your computer, you can work more efficiently and increase performance with your programs and games.

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