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Make Windows XP Start 60% Tutorial

Whenever you start your computer, you are faced with a few moments of thumb twiddling while Windows XP boots and prompts you to log on. Although you should expect to wait for a few moments, sometimes Windows XP seems to boot rather slowly. In fact, you may notice that over a period of time the PC that used to roar to life seems a bit sluggish instead. Fortunately, you can perform several techniques that help Windows XP get the bootup speed you want. This tutorial explores how to put these techniques to work.

· Stopping Unneeded Startup Services
· Manual IP Addressing on Small Office/Home Networks
· Disabling Recent Documents History
· Disabling the Boot Logo
· Removing Unwanted Fonts
· Stopping Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop Sharing
· Speeding Up the Dual-Boot Timeout
· Speeding Up Your PPPoE Connection
· Reducing the Wait Time
· Automatically Killing Tasks on Shutdown