Tuesday, June 7, 2011

How To Speed Up Your Windows XP By Disabling FileIndexing


File indexing is a Windows service that like

many others, is totally useless – unless you do a lot of searching on your computer. As
most users don’t, it’s a good idea to disable it to speed up actions like opening and
closing files and folders on your Windows
XP.

To disable the Indexing Service:

Go to “My Computer” and right click on your hard drive. At the bottom of the window
that opens, you should see a check box
titled “Allow Indexing Service to index the disk for fast file searching.” Uncheck it.
Press OK and you’re done! Your computer should be a little faster after a restart.

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