About Increasing Our System Performance in Economical Application by Speeding up the System Boot with Windows XP
Do we ever wonder how fast our computer actually is? Of course, it says that it is a Pentium at 3.0 Ghz on the box in which the system came but the speed of the CPU is not the only factor in determining how fast our system actually is. The true speed of our computer is determined by the speed of all of our hardware, such as the speed of data written and read from the hard drive, the speed of the RAM, and the speed of the front side bus of the motherboard.
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