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Speed up your browsing of windows 2000and xp

Speed up ur browsing of Windows
2000 & XP machines Here’s a great
tip to speed up your browsing of
Windows XP machines. Its actually
a fix to a bug installed as default in
Windows 2000 that scans shared
files for Scheduled Tasks. And it
turns out that you can experience
a delay as long as 30 seconds
when you try to view shared files
across a network because
Windows 2000 is using the extra
time to search the remote
computer for any Scheduled Tasks.
Note that though the fix is
originally intended for only those
affected, Windows 2000 users will
experience that the actual
browsing speed of both the
Internet & Windows Explorers
improve significantly after
applying it since it doesn’t search
for Scheduled Tasks anymore.
Here’s how : Open up the Registry
Software/Microsoft/Wi ndows/
Current Version/Explorer/
Under that branch, select the key :
and delete it. This is key that
instructs Windows to search for
Scheduled Tasks. If you like you
may want to export the exact
branch so that you can restore the
key if necessary. This fix is so
effective that it doesn’t require a
reboot and you can almost
immediately determine yourself
how much it speeds up your
browsing processes.

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