How to Best Performance from Windows XP?

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We know that Windows XP has many features which are hidden but needed to improve the functionality and Appearance of Operating System. Like Eye candy Look, Themes etc., but every time we don’t need for these types of Functions. We can Stop Additional Performance Consuming Features from Performance option of System Properties and by Stopping and Starting Services. I want to Stop All Services and Features and only want to enable features that I want to start. Please tell me how I can find all Performance consuming Options in Windows XP and get the Best Performance from Windows XP. I am using XP PC Only for Access a web page from our IIS Server through LAN.

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How to Best Performance from Windows XP?

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It is a very common and unwanted problem that has occurred in Windows. When you install a lot of extra features, like decorative tools, download managers, etc, they automatically start when your PC starts. As a result, your PC slows down. To avoid this, you can prevent the programs to start with the start of your PC by changing the startup options in the control panel. Or, try this link:

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How to Best Performance from Windows XP?

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Dear Harnandez King,

Thanks for sharing your problem. It's correct that Windows has many features but not all features are needed at once. You can find all performance-consuming options in Windows XP. You can get details from this link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh824822.aspx

How you can enable or disable Windows features? You can use DISM to enable or disable Windows features directly from the command prompt, or by applying an answer file to the image. You can enable or disable Windows features offline on a WIM or VHD file, or online on a running Operating System.

I hope you will be helped. Thanks.

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