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11 March 2012

Fix your Slow PC Registry Trick

If your Windows XP system is running particularly slow or you just feel the need to fix it or make changes then you need to know what you are doing and this guide will help you with Windows registry edits. Please note that this is not a 100 percent full proof method to every system. You should always make a back up of your XP system or be ready to load a new one. You should also be ready and make a resort point before on your computer before attempting anything. Even the best of the best make mistakes and if you were to make a mistake and not have a back up ready, well you would be up a creek with out a paddle. Your windows registry settings are in a file on your computer stored in the operating systems registry. The very first thing to do before you make any changes is to make a back up registry in case something does go wrong and to understand how to install it or to have someone who does. The first method is to make back ups or individual values, which are very easy to restore. These back ups also make notes of the changes up have made. And here are the steps:
1. Rename the original value to something like Initials_ Name, where Initials is your initials, and Name is the value’s original name.
2. Add a date if you think you’re going to change the value often.
3. Add a new value using the original name and type but with new data. You’re all set to change the value and if you don’t like the result, you can restore the original value with little effort.
The other method, or method two, is to export the part of the registry that you are working on to a REG file. Import the REG file if you need to restore the original settings.
The third method is to export the files to a hive file. Here are the steps:
1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and click OK.
2. On the File menu, click Export.
3. In the Save as type list, click Registry Hive Files.
4. Type the name of the new hive file, and then click Save.


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