winXP registry skills application collection (2)


■11. Set startup warning message

If you want to display some personal information defined by yourself when starting Windows XP, please open the registry editor and find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows NT \\CurrentVersion\\WinLogon subkey branch, create a new string value "LegalNoticeCaption" in its right window. Double-click Modify to enter the title of the information dialog box in the Value Data text box, such as "Welcome to UJ Management Computer". Then add a new string value "LegalNoticeText", double-click, and enter the warning message you want to display in the "Edit String" window that appears. For example, "UJ management computer is used by someone, thank you for your cooperation!". Click the "OK" button and restart your computer to see the effect of the changes.

■12. Any custom button color

Although Windows XP itself has a variety of window display schemes, if you want to define the color of a certain part, such as changing the color of the button from black Blue or red, this is the need to modify the registry. Open the registry editor, find the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Control Panel\\Clolrs subkey branch, double-click "Bottontext" in the right window, and change its key value to the value you want in the open dialog box, for example, red ( 255 0 0) After restarting, you can see the effect by restarting the system. The text color on the button will turn red, and you can also modify the width and height of the button and the background parameters.

■13. Disabling the operation of Dr. Watson

Everyone knows that Dr. Watson is a built-in system maintenance tool. It will display when the program fails to load or crash. We can pass Registry to cancel it. Open the registry editor, find the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows NT\\CurrenVersion\\AeDebug subkey branch, change the value data of the "Auto" key in the right window to "0", press F5 to refresh Effective.

■14. Delete other icons on the IE tool table

Open the registry editor and find the subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Micorosoft\\Internet Explorer\\Extensions to check the contents of each digital folder. , you can delete the entire folder you don't need.

■15. Delete other items on the IE toolbar

Open the registry editor, and then open the following sub-key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\InternetExplorer\\toolbar to check the contents. Delete unnecessary items.

■16. Disable memory surface scheduling (PagingExecutive)

Under normal circumstances, Windows XP will write the memory fragments to the hard disk, we can organize it to do so, leaving the data in In memory, which improves system performance. When you need to pay attention, you have a lot of memory support (256M or more) to use this setting. Open the registry editor, find the subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\ Session Manager\\MemoryManagement, and disable the memory paging by changing the "DisablePagingExecutive" value in the right window from "0" to "1".

■17. Reinstall Internet Explorer

Open the Registry Editor and find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Active Setup\\Installed Components\\{89820200-ECBD-11cf-8B85-00AA005B4383}, Change the \\DWORD\\ value of the "IsInstalled" key to "0" so that the system can make the system think that IE has not been installed. After exiting the Registry Editor, you can reinstall Internet Explorer.

■18. Speed ​​up Windows XP opening and closing speed

Open the registry editor, and then find the subkey HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Control Panel\\Desktop, change the value of the string value "HungAppTimeout" "200", change the value of the string value "WaitToKillAppTimeout" to "1000". Then open the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control subkey, change the string value "HunAppTimeout" to "200", and change the value data of the string value "WaitToKillServiceTimeout" to "1000".

■19. Uninstalling Unwanted Dynamic Connections

The epoch manager often leaves useless dynamic connections in memory. To eliminate this phenomenon, open the registry editor and find the subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \\SOFTWARE\\ Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Explorer, add a new DWORO item value "AlwaysUnloadDLL" in the right window. The default value is set to "1", and if the default value is set to "0", this feature is disabled. In order for the settings to take effect, you will need to restart your computer.

■20. Speed ​​up broadband access

Different setting methods for different versions of Windows

For home version:

Open registry editing Find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Policies\\Microsoft\\Windows, add a new item named "Psched", add a DWORD value "NonBestEffortLimit" to the right window of "Psched", and set the number to "0".

For professional version:

Run gpedit.msc to open the local computer policy, select Computer Configuration→Administrative Template→Network→QoS Packet Scheduler in the left window, double click in the right window "Restrict the bandwidth that can be reserved", select "Enabled" and set the "Bandwidth Limit (%)" below to "0", and the restart will take effect.

■21. Speed ​​up the automatic refresh rate

Open the registry and find the subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Update, which has the "UpdateMode" item in the side window. Change the value to “0” and restart the computer to take effect.

■22. Using the L2 Cache of the CPU to speed up the overall effect

Open the Registry Editor, expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\ SessionManager\\MemoryManagement, and set "SecondLevelDataCache" in the right window. The numeric data is changed to the same decimal value as the CPU L2 Cache. For example, the L2 Cache of P4 1.6G A\\ is 512KB, so the value data should be changed to decimal value 512.

■23. Run the Defrag program at startup

Open the Registry Editor and find the subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Dfrg\\BootOptimizeFunction. Setting the string value "Enable" to "Y" means turning this feature on and setting it to "N" means turning this feature off.

■24. Read-ahead settings to increase speed

Windows XP uses the technology of read-ahead settings to increase system speed. If you have a PIII 800 or higher CPU and 512M or more memory, you can make the following settings: Open the Registry Editor and find the subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINK\\SYSTEM\\ CorrenrControlSet\\Control\\Session Manage\\Memory Managment\\PrefetchParameter, you can set the value of "EnablePrefetcher" Change to 0, 1, 2, 3. 0 means Disable (turn off pre-reading, which can greatly improve the startup speed, but this will cause system security and stability); 1 means pre-read application; 2 means start pre-read; 3 means both pre-read ( Recommended Use).

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