HD/Memory tweaks for Windows 2000
Posted on: 03/30/2000 11:26 PM

The good folks at Tweak 3D have posted a Windows 2000 tweaking guide, for those of us that like to push our OS.
Hard drive and memory tweaks are by far the most abundant type in the most recent release of Microsoft's business oriented OS. This is mainly because Windows 2000 is designed with performance in mind. This performance, however, is specifically aimed at a networking environment and as such includes many features that aren't needed unless you are running a networking server. So, in this guide, we are going to axe all of those extra processes, as well as enabling a few other tweaks to enhance performance.

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