Noticed your computer running slower than it did when it was just out of the box? Dont think its because the hardware is getting old — most likely, the deceleration is caused by a typical misalignment of the operating system. So, why rush to buy a new computer when you can just tune up your system — say, with WinSpeedUp?
This speedy, lightweight utility can access essential system options — even those that are hidden from an unarmed eye — and effectively eliminate the trouble makers. Takes Windows too long to start? Tune up Windows startup: clean up the startup menu, adjust the auto-run settings, and uninstall unnecessary programs. Get rid of the garbage: empty the recycle bin and get rid of temporary, cache, cookie and other files that you no longer need. Speed up programs by freeing up more memory. Speed up LAN connections by tuning up network settings. Run standard system maintenance procedures. Customize Windows appearance to fit your taste and style: set windows logos, manage fonts, enable or disable font anti-aliasing, window animation, and do much more.
All operations can be done from an easy-to-follow tune up wizard, so you dont need to be an expert to be able to tune up your operating system. To adjust specific settings, you can take advantage of the manual operating mode. And when the cleanup is over, you can enjoy the original speed and stability of your operating system.
Chip Maker Offers Network Computer Design To System Builders Chip maker PMC-Sierra says the time is right for network computing and has launched a Linux-based reference design that system builders and OEMs can use to develop thin clients. Solution providers warn that network computing can be a hard sell in the ente