We know that the RAM in a PC is never enough, for this I want to show you Instant Memory Cleaner, a tool for Windows XP and Vista. Front-end for Microsoft’s command line ClearMem ( Windows XP ) and FreeMem ( Windows Vista ), which force pages out of physical memory and reduce the size of running processes working sets, to a minimum.
Instant Memory Cleaner is more effective with Windows XP and if you want better results, the paging file of your System must be at least as large as the system’s physical memory.
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For detailed information about your computer I will recommend to use a System Information tool. The first one is called SIW (System Information for Windows) and gathers detailed information about your system properties and settings and displays it in an extremely comprehensible manner. SIW create a report file in CSV,HTML,TXT or XML. This tool can give you detailed information about Software, Hardware, Network and Real-time monitors where everything is divided in this major categories. SIW is in three versions,the first a standalone utility that doesn’t require installation, SIW with installer free and a version with payment.
WinRoll is a small applications but very usefully when we open many windows. The functions is to make a window roll into its title bar, send it to the back or make it stay on top. Minimize, maximize or close all visible windows, including minimizing to the tray area. Make a window translucent on Windows 2000/Xp. WinRoll is a free and open source application.
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Microsoft will start sales for Windows 7 in 2010. The announcement is given from Bill Veghte a Vice-president Senior of Microsoft in a letter online on Microsoft.com. The letter of Microsoft entitled “An Update on the Windows Roadmap” is structured in 3 points, “Our plans for Windows XP”, “Our progress with Seen Windows” and “Our view on Windows 7”. The first point we know it all, as confirmed many times Windows Xp in june 2008 will “stop sales” but MS will support it until the 2014, year in which Windows 7 already she will have exited uncovered and she will perhaps have replaced or Seen Windows that Windows XP.
The same as Windows Vista task visual also for Windows XP.
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To show hidden files and folders under Windows XP or Windows Vista you have different ways to access this options.
To enable the viewing of Hidden files follow these steps:
1. Close all programs so that you are at your desktop.
2. Double-click on the My Documents icon.
3. Select the Tools menu and click Folder Options as it shows in photo:
4. After the new window appears select the View tab