Mar 252008
 


In Windows XP, by default there is a delay in displaying the Start Menu when you click the Start Menu. This is a delay induced by purpose to allow Mouse Response times. However, the default delay time might just prove a bit too long and make you feel Windows is slow.

To speed up the Windows Start Menu, edit the value of the Registry Key and set a lower valus which suits your need. Beware, setting it to “0″ will be too quick for your mouse to respond.

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Mar 112008
 

Increasing the number of connection for Internet Explorer and the number of connections to one individual webserver can dramatically increase the speed of accessing website in Internet Explorer. The result is obvivous as increasing the number of connections can directly increase the faster loading of a website.

This tweak requires editing the Windows Registry and adding a couple of Registry keys and works on Internet Explorer versions 5.x to Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8.0 Beta.

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Mar 112008
 

Apart from being a more secure Firefox, it is always blamed to be browser which is very slow to perform and infact many have ignored Firefox for this reason. While the coming of the Firefox 3.0 should eliminate that (beta already available), it is simply useful to know the following tweak which can improve performance of Webpage access and loading speed in Firefox.

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