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If you're trying to get the most out of your system - especially if it's a few years old - it's critical that you tweak your virtual memory settings. Virtual memory, a technology operating systems use that allows them to artificially increase the amount of RAM your computer thinks it has, is a great way to breath life in to an aging or sluggish PC.
ActiveX, a method for adding functionality to Internet Explorer, gives developers lots of freedom when it comes to making web applications for Internet users. Unfortunately, it also brings with it lots of bugs that can cause errors while you're using the Internet. Read our article on how to stop ActiveX errors by tweaking your system.
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- Fixing the Blue Screen of Death A blue screen of death represents a Windows Stop Error - a critical, unrecoverable error that can only be removed by restarting your computer. When Windows encounters one of these errors, it crashes, and displays technical diagnostic information on the screen. This technical information is also dumped to a log for your computer technician to look at.
- Removing Windows Messenger Windows Messenger is included with most editions of Microsoft Windows XP in the default installation. Users who run Windows XP Professional are more likely to have Windows Messenger come with their PC than users who run Windows XP Home. Just like Microsoft Paint, WordPad, and Calculator, Windows Messenger is installed on your computer at the same time as the host operating system. During the installation of Windows, you are not given an option to avoid installing Windows Messenger. If you purchased a computer that came with Windows XP, the computer manufacturer may have used a special installation process to prevent Windows Messenger from being installed on your computer.
- Upgrade your computer Although there are many ways in which you can speed up your computer, you might let one slip out of your mind. This is the most obvious solution to low speed computers: Upgrade your computer!