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Windows Vista® Performance and Tuning Improve Performance Quickly and Easily

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The Windows Vista® operating system and the recent Service Pack 1 (SP1) provide major advancements in usability, reliability, connectivity, and security. These improvements are helping businesses and consumers become more productive than ever. While performance is often thought of simply in terms of speed, it is better to think of performance as a combination of speed and responsiveness. For example, one approach to optimizing performance when copying large numbers of files would be to copy those files as fast as physically possible. Unfortunately, this approach would leave the system unresponsive during the operation. Windows Vista and SP1 focus on delivering greater performance and overall system responsiveness. By striking a balance between speed and responsiveness, Windows Vista and SP1 deliver a level of performance that has the greatest positive impact on the system’s usability. Improving the performance of a computer follows the principle of diminishing returns. There are a few actions you can take with any computer that should improve performance dramatically. Additional actions provide smaller performance improvements. This guide looks at the following areas of performance improvement:
  • Making configuration changes that help a computer feel more responsive when you use it.
  • Using hardware to boost the actual physical speed of a computer.
  • Making configuration changes that help a computer to start faster.
  • Making the computer more reliable may help increase performance.
  • Monitoring performance occasionally so that you can stop problems before they get too big.


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