Bij Flipchip (echt niet zelf verzonnen) staat een tweaking guide van Bill's Windows 98. Iedereen heeft er wel last van dat alles langzamer wordt na enkele maanden. Hoe dit te verminderen of zelfs te voorkomen is wordt in dit artikel uitgelegd. Format c: eens in de zoveel maanden is mijn methode in ieder geval.The first thing you should do is get some idea of what is going on. To start things off, take a look in the lower right corner of your screen down there by the clock. How many little icons are down there right now? If you count more than five you may have a bit too many unnecessary programs running. Next, I want you to hit Ctrl+Alt+Delete just once. (Twice will restart your computer) How many things do you see listed? These are all the programs you have running right now. Some you may recognize some of them you may not, but rest assured they are all having an affair with your CPU. Hit cancel now. Next, check your system resources. This is done by either going to the desktop and right clicking on My Computer and selecting properties, or you can take the shortcut by hitting the Windows and Pause/Break keys at the same time. Now click on the performance tab and check the system resources. What is that at? Pretty low I bet. Your target percentage is going to be anything higher than 85% just after a reboot. The higher that number, the faster and better things are going to be running. Every program that you open uses system resources. The more that are open, the less resources available to draw from. When you close a program it is supposed to give the resources back to the pool but this is often not the case. This is one of the many reasons a daily reboot is a good idea.Het is deels wel een newB guide, maar toch staan er een aantal handigheidjes in. Wist je bijvoorbeeld dat wanneer je de windows toets en 'pause/break' indrukt dat je dan de gebruikte resources te zien krijgt? Ik niet in ieder geval, maar ik heb ook geen windhoos toetsenbord