[access-uk] Re: windows7 question

  • From: chris hallsworth <christopherh40@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 02 Oct 2010 15:05:33 +0100

Wow! Windows 7 Ultimate on a netbook! Way cool!
Anyway the only way I know to improve startup time is by using CCleaner's startup tool. Alternatively try adding some more memory to the netbook. Windows 7 runs minimally on 1GB of RAM. 2GB is the recommended amount. Just to say there is an alternative; the Blind Windows 7 list. To join send a blank message to blindwindows7-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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On 02/10/2010 15:02, austin pinto wrote:
hi all hope all are ok sorry if this is off topic question but had to
post it no alternatives my friend has just upgraded to windows 7
ultimate version from xpsp3 home on hir dell inspiron mini 10 (1012)
netbook what she and i are observing is that compaired to windows xp
the startup time of windows7 is more i mean windows7 takes more time
to start then windows xp why is it so and is there any way of
reduceing starte up time and make = to windows xp or atlist make the
netbook start a little more faster please tell me i like windows 7 its
coppying and internet speed is much faster then xp

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