The way to save memory and speed up boot speed on XP system is as follows:
Disable the compressed folder function
If you use WinZip or WinRAR software to open zip files, the following optimization is a pretty good one. Windows XP has a built-in one for ZIP files, so we can browse zip files as folders. However, the system has to use some resources to achieve this function, so disabling this feature can improve system performance. The implementation is very simple, just unregister zipfldr.dll and you’re done.
Click "Start" --- "Run", type regsvr32 /u zipfldr.dll
Reduce boot disk scan wait time
Click "Start" --- "Run", type "chkntfs /t:0", and you will see the effect immediately when you reboot.
Delete system backup files
After the various hardware and software are installed properly, XP actually needs to update the file is very little. Click "Start" --- "Run", type "sfc.exe /purgecache"
Then just enter, you can save 100 megabytes. If you are worried about it, don’t do it, it will only save space, not speed it up.
Turn off the services that come with XP
Click "Start" - "Run", type services.msc to enter XP's own service modification list, in the properties of each service in the list, you can choose "Close", "Manual", "Automatic". alerter - Error Alerter (can be turned off) (can be turned off)
application layer gateway service – A service that gives support to third-party network shares/firewalls, and is required by some firewall/network share software. Takes up 1.5MB of memory. (can be disabled)
application management – Service for setting, releasing, and deleting software.
automatic updates – automatic windows updates. (can be turned off)
background intelligent transfer service – This service was originally used to transfer information between http1.1 servers, and Microsoft claims that it supports windows updates with the intermittent transfer.
clipbook – Use LAN computers to share pasted/cut and paste content. (can be turned off)
com+Event system – Required for some COM+ software. (Check your c: program filesComPlus Applications directory, there is nothing to turn this service off)
COM+Event system application-same as above (can be turned off)
COmputer browser – A service used to browse LAN computers, but it doesn’t affect browsing even if it’s turned off! (can be turned off)
cryptographic services – used to confirm windows file fingerprints when updating windows, I turn it on when updating. (can be turned off)
DHCP client – required for static IP users (xDSL, etc.).
Distributed link tracking client – used to update connection information in LAN, for example, if there is a file in computer A and a connection is made in B, if the file is moved, this service will update the information. Takes up 4 megabytes of memory. (Can be turned off)
Distributed Transaction coordinator – Boring stuff. (Can be closed)
DNS Client – DNS resolution service. (can be closed)
Error reporting service – Error reporter that reports errors in windows to Microsoft. (can be closed)
*Event Log- System logging service, very useful for finding system problems.
Fast user switching compatibility- Multi-user fast switching service. (can be turned off)
help and support – Help. (can be disabled)
Human interface device access – Support for “retarded” computer accessories. For example, buttons on the keyboard to adjust the volume, etc. (can be disabled)
IMAPI CD-burning COM service-XP burner service, not needed with software. Takes up 1.6 megabytes of memory (can be closed)
Indexing service – the horrible XP slowdown …… (can be closed)
Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) ……-XP firewall. (can be turned off if not used)
IPSEC Services-mass users can’t even get on the edge. (can be closed)
Logical Disk manager-Disk management service. It will notify you when you need it, so it’s usually turned off. (can be turned off)
Logical Disk manager administrative service-same as above. (can be turned off)
messenger – not MSN, turn it off if you don’t want to be harassed. Note: This is used by Demonspin. (can be turned off)
MS software shadow copy provider-useless said to be for backups. But …… is useless. (can be turned off)
Net Logon – for logging into Domain Controller. (Can be turned off)
Netmeeting remote desktop sharing-Uses NetMeeting to share computers. (Can be turned off)